Good Thursday, folks. Some ugly weather days are on the way to central and eastern Kentucky. This will come from a couple of rain makers rolling across our part of the world. This will also keep our fall chill going.
As you know, our late week system is partially coming from the remnants of a Pacific Hurricane. Clouds are already streaming out ahead of this and into our region. Those clouds will continue to thicken up on Thursday with rain arriving late evening into the overnight. Rain then carries us through Friday night:
Temps on Friday are very chilly and likely stay in the 40s for much of the region.
Leftover showers linger into Saturday with a mix of sun and clouds trying to take over into the afternoon. Temps are still chilly with upper 40s to mid 50s across the Commonwealth.
The next system looks just as ugly as it moves in from the northwest for Sunday and Monday. I like how the Canadian is handling this system and the nor’easter in front of it:
Temps look even colder during this time. Once again, if you see this setup later in November, it’s bringing snow to us.
The stage is set for another huge amplification of the jet stream late next week into the following weekend:
That one could bring some interesting weather to our part of the world.
I leave you with your Thursday tracking tools to follow the progress of the approaching rains:
Have a great day and take care.