Good Sunday to one and all. Our weekend is wrapping up with a local high water threat across parts of the region. Once the rains shut off, a big surge of winter weather moves in to start the new week. Yippee! 🙁
Today is starting with very heavy rains, leading to the potential for local high water, especially across central and south central Kentucky. This is with a slow-moving band of rain working across the region.
The rains will slow down from west to east this afternoon, with the rays of late day sun a possibility. Temps will drop into the upper 40s and low 50s as a strong northwesterly wind sets in.
That same wind may touch off numerous snow showers and flurries by late tonight into Monday. There’s even the chance for a rooftop coating:
Highs on Monday may struggle to get out of the upper 30s in many areas. Tomorrow is the 16th day of April and we are talking about snow and temps that may not get out of the 30s. Let that one sink in.
After a below freezing start to your Tuesday, temps rebound into the low 60s for highs. Another weak cold front will make a run at us by late Wednesday, knocking temps down some for the rest of the week.
Let’s get back to what we have out there today. I have you all set to track whatever comes your way:
Have a great Sunday and take care.