Good Tuesday, folks. We are actually putting together a string of nice weather days across central and eastern Kentucky. As the weather stays nice for another day or two, our temps are climbing toward a full blown case of spring fever.
Unfortunately, this won’t last because colder air is on the move and returns before the week is over.
In the short-term, temps today will be in the 50s with a mix of sun and clouds. Those numbers keep climbing into Wednesday and Thursday with 60s for Wednesday, then may reach 70 on Thursday.
Winds will be very gusty from the southwest. That southwest wind is ahead of a potent cold front moving in here, bringing showers and thunderstorms back to the bluegrass state:
Much colder air settles in here behind that for the upcoming weekend.
That colder air may also have a wraparound rain or snow shower late Friday.
As the colder settles in this weekend, we will need to watch the setup into next week. It’s one ripe for a big storm to develop across the eastern part of the country. The models are trying their best to sniff this out. Watch all the energy dropping in and trying to hook up with a storm in the deep south…
That’s certainly and interesting setup and one that argues we haven’t seen our last round of winter weather.
Have a great day and take care.