Here comes a cold front

Good Tuesday, everyone. It’s a wet and windy day across the region as a cold front drops in from the northwest. This is ushering in colder air and we are on guard for a brush from winter weather across the south by Thursday.

Let’s begin with today and move forward. Showers will be with us, but it’s not going to rain all day. Here are your radars to follow along:

Winds will continue to be gusty with temps in the 50s for highs.

That sets the stage for a seasonal brand of chill on Wednesday as skies go mostly sunny.

The European Model now brushes far southeastern Kentucky with a little bit of a mix of some light snow by Thursday:

The NAM goes the same route:

The GFS is a bit north as well:

The ICON is most aggressive:

As we head into the weekend, we find our next system rolling our way by Sunday. Nice weather will be noted ahead of this, but things change quickly as a bowling ball of a low pressure works in. The Euro has rain and snow with this and follows it up with another system a few days later:

You can see the cold coming in at the end of that run and this is something theĀ  Ensembles continue to point to as we end the month and begin March:

Have a great Tuesday and take care.

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