Good Sunday to one and all. We have another very mild and awesome weather day across central and eastern Kentucky. This mild air rolls into the first of the week ahead, but bigger changes start to show up soon thereafter. Old Man Winter looks to fight back into the picture before the week is finished.
Highs today range from the upper 50s to low 60s, making it a super Sunday.
Our first system rolls in here on Monday with just a few showers possible. Temps may spike into the 60s again before any drops show up.
The front responsible for any shower action will get into the region then put the brakes on. A huge temperature gradient will show up from one side of the front to the other, with waves of low pressure rolling along the boundary. It’s interesting to note the NAM getting the cold close enough for freezing rain to show up on the model in the far north Tuesday night:
The New version of the GFS continues to be most adamant of boundary producing heavy rain and winter weather. Watch how additional waves roll through here into the start of the weekend:
Heavy rains this week will need to be monitored for possibly bringing too much water into the state.
This whole pattern has a super active look to it as cold air reestablishes itself from late next week through the following week. Check out the 5 day means from the Euro Control:
Have a great Super Bowl Sunday and take care.