Good Thursday, everyone. Dreary weather continues across central and eastern Kentucky with more rain on the way. I know this no longer qualifies as breaking news or a shock to the system. 🙂
Temps today are stuck in the low and middle 40s with mostly cloudy skies and maybe a touch of drizzle. Any shower action hanging around in the southeast will quickly get out of town. Here are your radars to track whatever is left:
As the next low spins right on top of us on Friday, another round of heavy rain is likely across the state. This may lead to more local high water issues.
The GFS has a sharp cutoff to the heaviest rains on the northern side:
The NAM is farther north and a little more choppy:
Low clouds and a seasonal chill is likely to remain behind that into Saturday, but temps jump back up for Sunday and Monday. That’s ahead of a cold front moving in from the northwest. That’s right, an actual cold front from the northwest is going to make it through Kentucky early next week:
That’s followed by more of a northern stream influence with systems dropping into our region:
Getting these northern stream systems is a big step in the right direction. Obviously, those bring the missing ingredient back into the equation… Cold.
Have a terrific Thursday and take care.