Frost finds Kentucky

Good Sunday to one and all. Most folks are waking up to a widespread frost across the bluegrass state. This is finally some good news for allergy sufferers! Woot! This is part of a very chilly pattern that will be with us through the upcoming week.

Temps this morning are in the frosty low 30s for many, with some upper 20s possibly showing up.

Sunny skies will be noted this afternoon with temps hitting the 60s.

Monday looks like another picture perfect fall day with readings in the 60s as a few clouds increase. Those clouds are ahead of our next system rolling in here for Tuesday and Wednesday. This is a winter looking system with energy diving in from the northwest, meeting up with low pressure coming out of the south. Those two hook up to form a big storm along the east coast:

That brings in a similar cold shot compared to the one we have now. Frosty mornings and chilly afternoons will be noted behind this system.

Temps look to rebound by next weekend as moisture quickly increases. The latest GFS shows a nice rainmaker ahead of another cold shot:

Obviously, that model shows a shot at winter weather across parts of the region. The GFS has been hinting at this for a while now, but it varies on exactly when. The run from earlier Saturday had the chance a few days after the above run:

The models really really like some of those October analog years I posted about back in September. Maybe they were on to something?

Make it a good one and take care.

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