Good Sunday to one and all. We have a big time storm system rolling into the region and this is bringing heavy rain and wind our way. Once we get through this system, we will see the overall setup make a transition back toward winter.
Heavy rain takes over today and carries us into Monday as this huge storm system impacts our region. High winds and some thunder and lightning will also be possible during this time.
The GFS continues to target central and eastern Kentucky for the highest totals:
Here’s your regional radar to track the action:
The pattern will then begin to turn back toward winter as shots of much colder air sweep in here. This gets started later this week and will carry us into the first week of February:
With a northwesterly flow, light snow and snow shower events will periodically move in here later in the week into next weekend. Each of these waves can put down light accumulations.
If we look at the individual members of the GFS Ensembles, we find they all show snow chances ramping up over the next few weeks:
Make it a sensational Sunday and take care.