Good Thursday, everyone. It’s a much better day taking shape across central and eastern Kentucky as some dry air works in. With our Super Bowl Weekend ahead of us, we are looking at an ugly start, but an awesome finish.
Temps out there today recover into the 40s with a mostly cloudy sky. Overall, this is a pretty good looking day, so get out and take advantage of it.
Our next system develops well to our southeast on Friday, but will throw a few showers in here. This could even begin as a touch of frozen stuff in the north. That’s ahead of a Saturday system diving in from the northwest with mainly rain, but this may end as a few flakes by evening. You can see all this on the NAM:
Temps for Monday and Tuesday will climb into the 60s on a strong southwesterly flow. This flow will also bring rounds of rain in here ahead of a slow-moving cold front. That front moves in here on Wednesday, unleashing much colder air. That same front may stall near the region allowing another big storm to develop along it.
Watch this whole setup on the EURO: