Good Friday to one and all. We continue to roll through a gorgeous period of fall weather across the Bluegrass State. This nice stretch takes us through most of the weekend, but the pattern is about to turn pretty darn cold for much of our region.
Highs Friday range from 70 to 75 in much of our region. Similar high temps will be noted this weekend, but with a few more clouds rolling in. Those clouds thicken on Sunday, with the chance of a late-day shower or storm.
The bulk of the action arrives Monday, as a potent storm system presses across Kentucky. Here’s how it all plays out on the European model from Sunday night through Wednesday:
The GFS continues to come west with the track of the low, and each run is likely to come a littler farther west over the next day or so:
Check out the cold air surging in behind this storm for Tuesday and Wednesday:
Highs in the 40s are a real possibility by Wednesday.
Another shot of cold then takes aim at the region by Friday and Saturday:
The European ensembles show another one following that by Monday and lasting into Halloween:
These cold shots should bring a hard freeze to the region, possibly on multiple days. Could we get some rare early season snowflakes?
The European ensembles continue to give us a chance before October finishes:
Have a great Friday and take care.