Good Tuesday and welcome to the month of March. We have another big storm rumbling across the region. This will bring everything from strong storms to a few snowflakes … all within 12 hours.
Showers and thunderstorms develop across Western Kentucky and march eastward through the day and into the evening. Here’s the future radar from the NAM:
Some of those storms could be strong or even severe. High winds will be the main player to watch out for.
Temps will spike into the 60s across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Those numbers will then absolutely tank as the front sweeps through. A 30- to 35-degree temp drop is coming in just a matter of hours. Some light snow and flurries will then start to fly.
Wednesday dries out and is seasonally cold, with highs in the upper 30s and 40s.
Another system brings some rain and a mix of rain and snow Thursday and Thursday night.
One more little system dives in with a small chance of showers on Saturday. From there, spring gets ready to rumble! Highs early next week head well into the 70s on a gusty southwesterly wind. This setup can bring some nasty rounds of storms from the Plains states into our region:
I leave you with the tracking tools:
Tuesday’s risk area
Make it a great day and take care.