Good Thursday to one and all. Our overall weather pattern is looking rather active over the next few weeks. This means we have a lot of big changes on the way during this time. Those changes could mean severe storms and arctic air. Nothing like the changeable Kentucky weather to keep me hopping.
Another cold front moves in Thursday night and early Friday with some snow showers and flurries:
A sugar coating of snow is possible as this system moves through. Highs for Friday will again be in the 30s.
Much milder air then moves in over the weekend, with highs hitting the 50s to near 60 in many areas.
This leads us into a potent storm system moving our way late Monday and Tuesday. The setup with this storm could be a severe weather-maker for our region. Big-time thunderstorms and high winds could sweep across Kentucky on Tuesday:
The air coming in behind that is much colder:
Wraparound snows will be possible as that northwesterly flow kicks in for the second half of the week.
The models all point toward a very cold and wintry period taking shape thereafter:
Make it a great Thursday and take care.