Rounds of showers and storms continue to move through the region. This action will slowly wind down in the coming hours.
We have a taste of March air into the bluegrass state today and that sent thermometers soaring. In typical March fashion, it won’t last very long as colder air and showers move in later tonight and Friday. Another up and down pattern is likely this weekend into early next week before winter returns.
We have two storm systems that will be working across the eastern part of the country. These two will get together on Friday to form a blizzard across New England.
This whole setup will bring showers in here later tonight and early Friday. Much colder air will move in for Friday and a stray flake or to can’t be ruled out.
Saturday will see the sunshine return with temps coming back up. Sunday should be a warmer day with highs back into the 50s, but it comes with a price. The cold front looks to be speeding up and may blow into town by the end of the day with gusty rain developing.
Colder air will then work in for later Monday and that air will grow colder as we go deeper into next week.
Some snow will be possible by Wednesday.