Good Monday, everyone. We are coming off a very windy weekend here in the bluegrass state, but that wind is what March is famous for. As we roll through the week ahead, we have some big changes on the weather menu. That’s another thing March is famous for. 🙂
Let’s begin with today and roll forward. Skies will be partly sunny with temps in the normal 50s.
A similar setup will be noted for Tuesday as find ourselves in the middle of a rare nice stretch of weather. Temps by Wednesday will be in the mid and upper 60s, with a chance at 70. That comes on a strong southwesterly wind ahead of another potent storm system.
That will spike our temps deep into the 70s by Thursday, but showers and thunderstorms will come calling as the day wears on. A few of those storms could be on the strong side. As a front swings through, temps tank:
That brings another winter looking pattern into the region, complete with temps well below normal.
That likely lasts through the rest of March. Can we get some winter weather to go along with the colder than normal air? That’s certainly a possibility. The Canadian Model is heading in that direction:
Make it a great day and take care.