Late week storm takes center stage

Good Wednesday to one and all. It’s a mainly dry day taking shape, but our focus is on the next system rolling in for the rest of the week. This will be a much bigger storm that can bring a lot of rain and the potential for some winter weather on Saturday.

Temps out there today range from the upper 40s to middle 50s depending on where you are.

Clouds will increase on Thursday with temps closing in on 60. Late day showers move in ahead of our storm system.

the European Model has corrected itself to a much farther south and east with the track of the Friday night/Saturday low. That brings the rain/snow line into Kentucky later Saturday:

As I’ve been telling you, this is our first ‘all about the track of the low’ system. We shall see.

The GFS continues to throw out a totally different solution with each run of the model:

Bless it.

As we look into the storm for early next week, we are already seeing the European slowly correcting east:

So is the GFS:

That could be a large and disruptive storm to kick off the busy Thanksgiving travel period!

I want to share a very cool animation of the Euro Ensembles for late November into early December. Check out the block across Greenland and northeastern Canada and how consistent it is, allowing lower heights to dance around it across the northern hemisphere:

That’s pretty awesome to see and notice how those troughs seem to be circling the globe in perfect unison… Kinda like a carousel.

Have a great day and take care.

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