Heavy rain and some snow

Good Friday, everyone. Low pressure is wrapping up on top of us and it’s bringing a round of heavy rain with it. As another low takes over to the east, some wraparound light snows will show up into the weekend.

Let’s start with today and move ahead. A corridor of heavy rain is likely to show up across central and eastern Kentucky. Rainfall totals of 1″-2″ will be possible through this evening and this could cause some local high water issues.

Here are your radars for the day:

Wraparound light snows will be possible from late tonight through Saturday morning. With temps around the freezing mark, whatever snow you get would be on the wet and slushy side. Some light accumulations will be possible for some.

The NAM continues to illustrate what I’m talking about

Here’s the corridor of heavy rains:

The snow map from that same run:

The Hi Res NAM:

The Canadian looks similar and then brings another sneaky little system in here for Monday:

The GFS continues to be a lone wolf model with the entire setup.

This kicks off a very active southern storm track that will likely put us on the fence over the next few weeks. For winter lovers, that’s at least some progress from where we’ve been! 🙂

Make it a god one and take care.

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