A light snow maker before a warm up

Good Wednesday to one and all. It’s another MUCH colder than normal weather day across the bluegrass state, but changes are showing up later in the week. Those changes include everything from the chance for snow to thunderstorms. Basically, it’s typical March weather in Kentucky.

Temps today are around 10 degrees to start things out, but will rebound into the upper 20s and low 30s for most areas. Winds will continue to make it feel a little colder.

The next system moves in here on Thursday and will have a swath of snow on the leading edge of it. This may put down a swath of accumulating snow from northwest to southeast. Exactly where that sets up is still in question, but the models are close in their alignment:

NAM

Canadian

New GFS

GFS

Temps start to climb on Friday then increase this weekend ahead of a major storm in the plains. That system will send gusty winds and the potential for strong storms our way:

The Canadian has a similar look and shows a similar system following that up a few days later:

Have a great Wednesday and take care.

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