Good Monday, folks. Our work week is starting out with a cold front blowing across the Bluegrass State, and I do mean blowing. Winds are a big player out there as showers quickly increase.
Monday’s wind gusts could reach 40 45 mph in many areas of Central Kentucky. Some of the models are pushing 50 just to our west:
Colder winds then blow behind the front, with the potential for some snow and rain showers to filter in Tuesday:
A seasonal chill then hangs around into Wednesday, before milder air surges in for the end of the week. This is ahead of a deepening trough working across the Mississippi Valley and into our region. The European model continues to go toward a much colder scenario, with low pressure riding northward up the Appalachian mountains:
That could be a rain-to-snow scenario across our part of the world, with that trough digging in for a few days:
I leave you with your rain trackers on this Monday:
Make it a great Monday and take care.