Good Wednesday to one and all. Rounds of snow showers and flurries continue to push across Central and Eastern Kentucky. This is all part of a very wintry pattern across our part of the world. This pattern throws more chances of snow our way over the next week.
Highs Wednesday will hit the upper teens and low 20s, with gusty winds making it feel much colder. Wind chills will drop into the single digits at times.
The snow showers slowly wind down, with additional light accumulation creating some slick spots.
A clipper system works across the region Wednesday night day Thursday, but most of the light snow falls across Western Kentucky:
A quick inch or two is possible for the areas picking up the light snow.
The next system is a true arctic front sweeping into the region late Friday. That should also have a band of snow centered farther northeast compared to the Thursday light snow maker:
Bitterly cold temps and wind chill numbers come in behind that for Friday night into Saturday.
The next storm system continues to show up very well on the forecast models. The European model is just a little farther south with the system:
This continues to look interesting as we get closer. The potential is there for this storm to dig in from the northwest then ride up the Appalachian Mountains. We shall see.
In the meantime, let’s track whatever is out there Wednesday:
Enjoy your Wednesday and take care.