Good Saturday to one and all. We have some rather ugly weather pushing across the bluegrass state over the next couple of days. Given how wonderful things have been of late, this was bound to happen sooner or later.
Light rain and some light snow will be moving eastward across the region today. Readings will range from the upper 30s and low 40s in the north, to middle 40s in the south.
A break in the action tonight will allow temps to drop below freezing in many areas. One more round of light rain or snow showers zips through here on Sunday with highs from 40-45 degrees.
This sets the stage for a bigger push of cold for Sunday night:
That could send temperatures into the middle 20s by Monday morning. Our buds and blooms are well ahead of schedule, and a hard freeze could cause some issues.
Temps rebound to near 50 by Monday afternoon with readings near 70 by Wednesday. That will be ahead of another potent storm system rolling in here with showers and storms by the end of the week:
Temps will crash down behind that departing system. This appears to be a trend setting up for the rest of March and into early April. There’s a little bit of ugly showing up from time to time.
I leave you with all the tools you need to track today’s action:
Make it a great day and take care.