A Flood Watch and a Winter Storm Watch are out for the entire region late Tuesday through early Thursday. Heavy rain develops Tuesday night into Wednesday morning and may put down 1”-3” in some areas. We are looking at the possibility of significant snow and sleet from late Wednesday through early Thursday.
A frosty start for many across Kentucky on Sunday morning. This will be one of a few coming up this week. Actually, we could be talking more of a hard freeze later this week. That means goodbye growing season.
Sunday looks and should feel great. Especially, when you consider how cold and rainy we were on Saturday. Sunny skies with highs in the low 60s expected for the entire area. This will actually spill over into Monday too. I do expect more cloud cover on Monday, but generally it should be a wonderful day.
It's midweek that still has my attention. As a matter of fact it has the entire weather team's attention. Two more cold fronts will pass through Kentucky between Tuesday and Wednesday. The first one really lays the groundwork for the second one. Due to the closeness in timing, the initial punch of cold air won't have time to sweep out of the region. That means the next one already has cold air to work with. So yes, we are still thinking that some wintry precip could be a good possibility for midweek. That doesn't mean we'll see any accumulate. All I am saying is that we have a shot to see some flying in the air. That includes rain, sleet, and snow. Fun forecasting a head!
Have a great Sunday!