Chilly showers on the move

Good Tuesday, everyone. We have a few showers on the move today as temps come way down to end the month of March. The cooler than normal numbers will carry us into day one of April, but milder changes are on the horizon later this week.

Today’s rain will be more widespread across the southern half of the state. Areas of northern Kentucky may not see very much at all. Here are your radars to track the action:

Temps today will generally be in the 40s.

Temps today will generally stay in the upper 40s to low 50s for most.

As the storm system moves away Wednesday, northwest winds behind it will keep clouds into the mix across central and eastern Kentucky. There’s a small shower chance under this area of clouds as temps struggle again.

Better weather moves in for Thursday and Friday as temps climb, kicking off another very warm period. The European Model has 7 day average temp anomalies way up there from this Thursday through next Thursday:

Temps should easily hit the 70s from time to time.

This pattern will also feature a few storms, starting with the weekend:

This much above normal pattern looks to continue into the middle of the month:

The overall setup continues to be very conducive to severe weather in Kentucky and surrounding areas. Buckle up for a busy spring.

Have a happy Tuesday and take care.

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