Good Wednesday, everyone. It’s a windy and warm day taking shape, but this isn’t going to last very long. A cold front is on the way this evening, bringing another shot of chill to the region for Thursday. Yes, I know what you’re thinking… Sigh.
Strong southwesterly winds will boost our temps into the 70s today:
I could see eastern Kentucky flirting with 80 degrees on that gusty southwest wind.
This is ahead of a fast-moving cold front zipping in from the northwest this evening. A broken band of showers and thunderstorms will be possible ahead of the front:
Here’s regional radar to track whatever fires up:
That’s a big wind maker blowing through, with an outside shot at some morning snow flurries on Thursday. Don’t put away those winter coats because highs may stay in the low 40s for some:
Temps slowly rebound from Friday into Saturday and may get closer to normal. Our weekend system continues to trend much farther to the south and may not have much of a wet weather impact on our region. If that’s the case, our temps may be within the normal range into early next week.
Still, the setup through the end of the month is skewed colder than normal overall. The CFS through April 3oth:
It’s interesting to note how the model is trying to flip a warmer switch for the month of May:
Have a wonderful Wednesday and take care.