Good Monday and Happy Halloween, folks. Monday’s weather is a far cry from the ugly stuff we have had in recent years at this time. From high winds to snowflakes, recent Halloweens have given us some spooky weather.
Monday’s stuff is anything but spooky. Highs will generally range from the upper 60s to the low 70s in many areas of Central and Eastern Kentucky. Things will be warmer the farther south and west you live.
The ghost and goblins will find pleasant weather as they make their candy rounds:
Near-record highs will usher in the month of November. Both Tuesday and Wednesday will feature highs in the upper 70s to low 80s on a strong southwesterly wind. That wind will increase Thursday as a cold front dives in from the northwest. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible:
Seasonal temps come in behind that with highs in the 60s for Thursday, and some highs in the upper 50s and low 60s for Friday:
The weather this weekend looks really, really good.
Longer range changes continue to show up for the middle and end of November. Watch how the models start showing a big dip in the jet stream across the eastern part of the country:
A much colder pattern is likely for the second half of the month.
Happy Halloween and take care.