Almost 70 here today. 35 miles north of Louisville.
A little dip for this area by Sunday, but not too bad for the 10 day… all things considered.Pretty remarkable heat for this time of year near all time highs a lot of places.....
A little dip for this area by Sunday, but not too bad for the 10 day… all things considered.
So cold lovers might as well get used to the 60s as a frequent high for the foreseeable future?
why would anyone hate an extension of fall or a long spring?Nice cool wedgey day tomorrow, temps in the 40's all day with rain, then a cold night as the storm pulls out....badly needed rain even if it isnt a drought buster. Temp rebound quickly and we will be pushing 80 this Sat.....longer range the models hint at a pattern change around Xmas but its long range so we will wait and see....at this point I will settle for seasonal weather, I hate warm winters.
why would anyone hate an extension of fall or a long spring?
I jinxed us here in southern Indiana. Woke up to snow on the ground and interstates iced up. Bunch of people off the roads this morning.The models wanna flip to a colder pattern right in time for the holidays.....though typically in La Nina's the colder pattern would be short lived a few weeks at most....again though all it takes is one well timed low off the SE coast to make this a average snowfall year for most of us.
They said that joker went on for over 200 miles across the state.Some pretty devastating tornados last night. Governor of Kentucky saying 50 people likely dead in the community of Mayfield. The tornado had the highest doppler estimated winds at 5k feet and is the highest recorded at that level in doppler radar history. Tragic.