Another weak system closes January

Good Friday to one and all. It’s a little on the dreary side as we close out the month of January. That’s appropriate for a month featuring lots of dreary, yet almost no winter weather. As we head into February, we find more of the same for day one.

Let’s begin with the showers showing up out there today. These rains aren’t very heavy and we may even see a brief burst of snow across areas of northern Kentucky. Here are your radars to track the action:

Highs today are mainly in the 40s.

A quick hitting system zips in and out of town on Saturday, bringing a few showers across the eastern half of the state. Our Saturday forecast is looking better as we get closer. Winds will be rather gusty with temps hitting 50 west and mainly 40s for the rest of the state.

Sunday looks AMAZING with temps in the upper 50s to low 60s.

The setup for next week features a slow moving front sagging into the region. Temps ahead of this will generally be in the 60s for Monday and Tuesday. As the front moves in, waves of low pressure develop along the front and could bring heavy rain through here from Monday night through Wednesday. As the front tries to push just to our east by the second half of the week, this could lead to some winter weather possibilities.

You can see all this playing out on the Euro…

The GFS is actually pretty similar…

The ICON has a similar look…

Have a great day and take care.

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