Kentucky Weather Synopsis:
Thu Jan 17 21:13:09 EST 2019
Updated Thursday Evening, January 17, 2019
......Heavy Rain and Flooding Saturday...Sharply Colder Saturday Night with Winter Mix and then Snow...
.........Bitter Cold Sunday thru Monday Morning with BRRR Wind Chills....
Light showers will push off to the east this evening and overnight, leading
to dry conditions for the end of the work week. Kentucky
will see similar temperatures tomorrow with highs low to middle 40s.
stronger system will bring more substantial rain, heavy at times, Friday night
into Saturday. Widespread rainfall amounts of 1-2 inches are expected and could lead to localized
flooding on creeks, streams, and low-lying areas, along with rises on
A changeover to snow is expected from the northwest Saturday
afternoon and evening as much colder arctic air arrives behind a strong cold
front. Gusty northwest winds will result in wind chill readings in the single
digits by late Saturday night and Sunday morning. Some snow accumulation is
Temperatures plummet 20 to 30 degrees Saturday night and bitter cold
temperatures continue into Monday morning. Livestock Cold Stress will plunge
into the Emergency Category during this period.Wind chills Sunday will only be from 5-15, and from 3 below to 5
above zero early Monday morning.
Kentucky Weather Forecast