First, I am sorry I haven't posted anything since Thursday. I really like to enjoy what time away from weather I have (which is very little) Is this forecast had been coming fast & furious I would have been here updating as necessary. That's not the case until later on this week. Which is still looking wintry my friends.
It will be a mild road getting to that point though. Daytime highs will stay in the 50s for the most part this week. We'll see some sunshine with these fairly mild temperatures. Monday will see highs climb into the mid 50sand those temps stick through Wednesday. The next big player in the forecast will arrive here on Wednesday. This will bring widespread showers. This player is key because it will bring down the cold air needed to see something wintry. With the passage of this system we'll see highs drop into the 40s on Thanksgiving and then the bottom really drops out on Black Friday.
That's what we are here to talk about... the forecast specifics on the week's end!
What we are looking at here is the GFS. This is less confusing and show us where the snow is and where the rain is for you guys. This is early on Friday morning and it is showing us when the change over begins.
The snow becomes a little more widespread in this image. The coldest air starts pushing into Kentucky and helps make the snow spread out through Kentucky.
These images keep the snow chances alive for quite a while.
The morning is still rolling along and we are keeping the wintry stuff alive for a while.
We are all the way up to the afternoon hours and the interesting stuff is still hanging out here in Kentucky.
This probably lasts even longer. I am thinking that we'll keep the wintry stuff in here until through Saturday morning. I'll have more on that this evening.
PLUS.... 2009/2010 Winter Forecast tonight on wymtnews.com