Good Friday to one and all. Our short-term pattern continues to run on the boring side of the weather spectrum. That changes in a hurry as we head into the first half of next week. We are tracking a big storm system toward Kentucky during that time.
Highs Friday range from the mid-30s to the low 40s, depending on where you are. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted, with a small chance of snow flurries.
With a faster and stronger arrival of this storm, it’s basically shredding the Super Bowl Sunday system. That thing zips through here early in the morning with a touch of light rain and snow, but nothing more. Afternoon highs will surge into the 40s, and 50 in the south and west.
Temps will then take off by Monday and Tuesday as we find ourselves ahead of this major storm cranking to our west. As that swings through on Wednesday, temps absolutely crash:
That’s a big-time wind maker, too.
Here’s how that system plays out every six hours from Monday through Wednesday:
That’s from the European model, and it shows heavy rain and storms, and some wraparound snows by Wednesday.
The Canadian model has a similar evolution but handles this thing just a bit differently. It keeps showing a bigger snow threat behind it:
Make it a fantastic Friday and take care.