This has been a pretty nice week. We started out on Monday and even on Tuesday with some areas hitting 80 degrees. Things have changed since then... highs are now showing up in the 60s widespread. Another frontal boundary will slip into KY later this week and push temps down just a few degrees. The catch with a few degrees is... overnight lows will end up in the mid 30s on Friday morning!
That's a pretty chilly start to any day! We'll likely see a frost advisory issued on Thursday for the early morning hours on Friday. Just be ready for that!
The pattern really starts getting active next week. Showers come rolling in on Sunday and several more chances will follow right along. On Sunday it will be a pretty close call, but a few showers could develop and move through the region. Monday-Early Wednesday will house the better chances of rain. I'll just highlight the better chances of precip!
On Thursday another system will make a run at the commonwealth and lead to more rain... and perhaps... something a whole lot cooler! What I am about to show you is for October 30th. I am just posting this for fun, but I think some of you will emjoy it! The next run of this model will probably look completely different. What you are about to see might scare you a little!
Do you see the little blue line the swoops down into Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia? That line is the 540 line and it is one we often refer to as the rain/snow line. It isn't always accurate, but it does let us know that cold things are happening. On the other side you see temps at the exact same time... the range is 40-45 degrees... FOR HIGHS! Later that night temps start dropping into the 30s and the moisture is still in town! HMMMMMMMMMMM........? LOL Please remember that this is extremely early in the runs and rather early to be talking about the "S" word... or is it? It has happened early in the season in years past! Exciting stuff
I'm slowly but sure going to start doing more legitimate vlogs and post them here. When big events are in out future I'll start doing more of those.