A line of strong to severe storms will race across central and eastern Kentucky over the next several hours.
We're putting the wraps on a pretty nice weather day across the bluegrass state. Our weather pattern is about to mild up and wild up in the coming days.
Thursday will see temps take off with highs surging into the 50s across the board.
A complex storm system begins to impact our weather by Thursday night. One area of low pressure works into the Ohio Valley as another storm develops to our southeast. Showers will increase by late Thursday and kick into high gear Thursday night and Friday morning.
These two storms will then come together to form a nor’easter. That strengthening storm will pull colder air southward into Kentucky.
That has a chance to produce some snowflakes around here later Friday.
Milder air returns by Saturday as readings head back toward 50 degrees. That will set the stage for even milder air for Sunday as a cold front heads our way. Some showers will develop before the weekend is over as a strong cold front moves our way.
That front blows through here later Monday or Tuesday as much colder air moves in. That may set the stage for another storm trying to form across the southeastern U.S. by the middle of the week.