Good Wednesday, everyone. Rain is back in the bluegrass state and looks to be sticking around a while. This is a very soggy pattern that can lead to additional high water threats over the next few weeks.
Today’s showers are increasing from southwest to northeast, and I can’t rule out a few rumbles of thunder. Winds will also be gusty as temps hit the 55-60 degree range.
Track the rains:
The GFS shows heavy rain and some thunder Thursday into early Friday, before a quick switch to snow as cold air crashes in later Friday:
That faster push of cold then keeps the next low developing to our south, largely missing Kentucky.
The Canadian isn’t as bullish with the Friday cold, and keeps a bigger system on top of us for the weekend. This run has taken a colder look with this system, bringing heavy rain and some snow:
Behind that comes additional systems targeting our region next week:
The GFS Ensembles continue to show a lot of precipitation on top of us over the next few weeks:
Make it a great middle of the work week and take care.