Good Saturday to one and all. Rounds of heavy rain continue to press across central and eastern Kentucky as low pressure slowly moves through. This will finally move away on Sunday, with better weather in store for early next week.
Things start to take on more of a winter look by the end of the week. I will get you caught up on that in a moment. First, we have the rainy weather to talk about.
Waves of rain and a few rumbles of thunder press across the state through tonight. Locally heavy rains of 1″-2″ will be possible for some. Here are your radars to track the rain:
As we look farther down the road, changes start to show up later next week with a colder and stronger looking system showing up. That gives us our next chance for some rain and some snow.
The European Model shows a fairly healthy system across the eastern half of the country from Thursday through next Saturday:
The GFS is now similar to that line of thinking:
Additional systems show up into Christmas week. The last two runs of the GFS Ensembles are seeing them…
Make it a great day and take care.