Good Friday to one and all. Milder winds are kicking in as we say goodbye to the bitterly cold pattern that we’ve been in for most of the winter. As temps start to climb, rain chances start to show up later in the weekend.
Friday’s forecast looks much better, with highs in the 30s and mostly sunny skies. Drip, drip, drip. … The snow melt really starts to kick in.
Temps this weekend start to climb, with highs in the 40s on Saturday, and a small chance of showers. Highs will then climb toward the 50s on Sunday and early Monday, ahead of our cold front. That front has a push of rain with it:
Temps tumble behind that boundary by Monday night and early Tuesday, with a few snowflakes possibly flying.
Temps rebound quickly as the week wears on, and they’re likely to turn mild. This happens as a deep trough digs into the Plains States, with a huge ridge in the southwest. That puts Kentucky into a potential stormy and soggy setup:
Watch the rain train showing up on the European model:
Have a great Friday and take care.