A couple of weak systems move in

Good Sunday to one and all. Seasonally cold temps roll on as we wait for our next system to impact the region. This is the first of two weak weather makers set to work across our region through the middle of the week.

We start with day with a few flurries and temps in the upper 20s and low 30s. Wind chills are closer to the upper teens. A little break in the clouds may even show up early this afternoon, but that won’t last long. Another batch of some light rain and, maybe, a touch of light snow works in tonight and Monday. The greatest impact from this appears to be across southern parts of the state.

Here’s your regional radar to follow along:

The Wednesday system also looks fairly weak and may only impact areas of southern Kentucky. The Canadian likes a stronger system farther north, though:

The EURO does not agree:

The GFS is more of a middle ground solution between the two:

A larger system tries to come out of the Gulf of Mexico late next week into the weekend. Where this goes remains to be seen, but it’s part of a very active storm track which you can see on the EURO into the start of February:

Make it a great Monday and take care.

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