Sunny & Cooler's all down hill from here.
Thursday…it’s all down hill from here.

Today – Sunny – High 52 / Tonight – Clear, Low 30

7am 40 ~ 10am 48 ~ 1pm 52 ~ 4pm 47 ~ 7pm 41

High pressure is building into the area, filling in behind a cold front that passed to our east last night. This feature will usher in cooler, drier air across south central Kentucky today, which will provide partly to mostly sunny skies to go along with our cool down. Have a look at the current surface setup below:


Fri – Sunny – High 55 / Fri Night – Clear, Low 34

7am 34 ~ 10am 48 ~ 1pm 55 ~ 4pm 50 ~ 7pm 43

Much of the same, friends. High pressure will maintain control across the region, keeping sunny skies in the forecast. Light, northwesterly flow will keep chilly conditions around.

Sat – Partly Sunny – High 63 / Sat Night – Partly Cloudy – Low 38

Move along, nothing to see here.  Rinse & repeat forecast.  Besides a slight temperature warm up, our atmosphere will remain in a peaceful state.


Take a look at the latest GFS accumulated snowfall model below, which is valid through 12pm next Wednesday.  It seems to think we could see our first flakes of the season, pulling a nice clipper system south across the region from the Midwest.  Take this one with a grain of SALT.  It’s only ONE model.  I’ll be monitoring the latest data as it’s released to see if the trends hold…


That’s all for now, friends.  I’ll be back this afternoon with another look at how the weekend is shaping up.  For more frequent weather information, connect with me via Facebook and Twitter.  Have a fantastic Thursday, and soak in those rays!  Thanks for reading.