Good Wednesday to one and all. Old Man Winter just refuses to go quietly into the night, but he may take a bit of a break by the weekend. That’s when a surge of spring temps roll back into the bluegrass state.
Let us begin with today, then roll ahead.
Some snow showers and flurries are out there to start our Wednesday. Some snow covered roads may be noted in a few areas. Here’s regional radar to track the action:
The flakes will end quickly from west to east early Wednesday, with cold air hanging tough. That changes for Thursday with highs reaching the low and middle 50s.
Another system then moves in for Friday and Saturday, with some chilly showers and even the potential for some wet flakes to mix in initially:
Temps on Friday are downright cold, but the numbers may jump in a big way from Saturday through Monday. The GFS shows a healthy temp spike:
Some showers and storms then move in on Monday, ahead of another potent storm system. Some models then turn ugly with this system. bringing a quick return to winter by Tuesday and Wednesday. The European model isn’t very nice for spring lovers:
Sticking with the theme of “there’s nothing spring looking about this pattern”, I offer you the 7 day temp (March 21-28)departure from the European Ensembles:
As I said to start, true spring is nowhere to be found. Let’s hope that changes in a hurry!
Have a wonderful Wednesday and take care.