Tracking storms and snow chances

Good Monday to one and all. It’s a new week, but the same active weather pattern rolls on across the bluegrass state. This pattern will throw heavy rain, thunderstorms, gusty winds, and the potential for some snow at us.

A potent low pressure system is crossing southern Kentucky today, bringing heavy rain and a few thunderstorms back into the region. Areas along and south of the low may see strong to severe thunderstorms. That threat looks to be mainly confined to the far southern parts of the state:

Given the amount of shear ahead of that low, central Tennessee could be looking at one heck of a severe weather outbreak, with a few tornadoes possible. If you live in southern parts of the bluegrass state, we will be watching your area very closely.

Heavy rain will also be noted over the next few days, with some 1″-2″ rain amounts possible…

A second low then develops and works into far southeastern Kentucky late Tuesday into Wednesday. That will bring rain and some snow back into the region, with the potential for another comma head of snow. Where does that set up? The NAM likes central and eastern Kentucky:

The GFS is targeting areas of Ohio with the best snow potential:

No offense, buckeyes, but you can have it. 🙂

Let’s get back to where we are today. Here are your tracking tools:

 

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Make it a great Monday and take care.

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