Rainy skies return to the bluegrass

Good Sunday to one and all. This taste of early November weather rolls on across central and eastern Kentucky, and now we are tracking chilly rains back into town. This action is actually some of what’s leftover from a Pacific hurricane. I think we can now say it’s rained in every possible way this year. 🙂

As always, we begin with today’s weather and roll ahead.

Showers will be coming at us from the southwest, with some locally heavy downpours. There’s also an outside shot at a rumble of thunder. Here is your weekend ending tracking toys:

The setup for Monday will feature a slow-moving front draped across the region with a wave of low pressure along it. The end result will be chilly rains north of the boundary with a few storms south of it:

That same setup later in November or December would be a big snow and ice maker across this region. Even though it’s only the middle of October, it’s still producing early season snows way far south in the plains states:

Once leftover showers move way on Tuesday, the first hard frost of the season is waiting in the wings for Wednesday and/or Thursday mornings. Below freezing temps are possible for lows:

Another big system will then roll our way by next weekend, bringing an increase in rain and the potential for Ohio Valley flakes behind it:

Even colder air follows that one up, with a likely visit from Mr. Freeze:

Have a great Sunday and take care.

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