Good morning everyone. Our first real taste of winter is upon us. Temperatures are running close to 10 degrees across the Bluegrass this morning, despite having no snowpack on the ground. Look for cold and dry conditions today.
The high resolution guidance is still harping on some snowflakes being squeezed out of the airmass tomorrow. If you see flurries or even an occasional light snow shower or two, don’t be surprised.
Beyond tomorrow, look for rain to push into the area Saturday with temps. climbing through the day. Saturday night the front will generate strong winds and crashing temps. This could lead to some freezing of roadways. The precip. may also end as some wintry mix early Sunday morning as well. If you have church services Sunday morning, keep an eye on the weather as some of the area roadways may become slick.
Looking down the road toward Christmas, I’m not seeing any good signals for snow at this point. There’s still time to monitor this situation, so stay tuned….