Good Friday, folks. Our busy shopping day is off and running with a change in the weather blowing into the bluegrass state. Gusty winds will stir up some rain before the evening is over with another system set to follow this up late Sunday. That one brings winter weather back into the region.
Rain arrives on a gusty wind late Friday into Friday night. Locally heavy downpours will carry us into the first half of Saturday. As that system exits, the next storm quickly replaces it by Sunday night and Monday. This one will have a BIG temp crash from the 60s Sunday afternoon, to the upper 20s by Monday morning.
Rain will switch to a band of snow as the front moves through Sunday night with some backlash snows later Monday into Monday night. Here’s the European from Sunday evening through Monday evening:
That run tries put down some light accumulations in a few areas:
Look at that snowstorm in the Midwest… Holy moly!
Very cold air comes in behind that with highs way down in the low and middle 30s for much of next week. Lows can reach the upper teens and lower 20s. Wind chills can go even lower:
Another light snow maker tries to zip across the region Tuesday night into Wednesday:
This active pattern is likely to throw another storm system our way later next week. The track and specifics are yet to be determined, but the signal is there. Here’s the current Euro:
Have a great Friday and take care.