Video of Nicholasville Hail and one last wintry system

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1. If you’re expecting to have an outdoor BBQ or picnic this weekend thinking spring has sprung with the 70’s this week think again. In fact the pattern is turning backward in time about 2 months take a look at the strong – NAO

this big dip will lead to a cold and stormy period for the region. With cold air stored over Canada for a long time coming south setting the stage for storms tracking to our south with cold air in place.

1. Late tonight we should see a period of rain move across the region into early Saturday with lows in the 30’s and highs in the 40’s. This could mix with some light snow along and north of I-64 with no accumulations.

2. A stronger system moves across the deep south from Saturday night into Sunday. with lows near 30 I actually think northern KY could see an all snow event with the I-64 region getting a mix and rain to flurries/ frz drizzle for southern KY. With .1-.2 qpf this bears watching as some snow accumulation would occur in the north. A snow map could be coming later today or Saturday.

look in the comments section for a video of hail in Nicholasville.

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6 Responses to “Video of Nicholasville Hail and one last wintry system”

  1. mitchg Says:

    this video comes from Clay in Nicholasville.

  2. mitchg Says:

    maybe yet another snow system late next week as well.

  3. mitchg Says:

    period of rain and sleet early this afternoon.

  4. mitchg Says:

    POCKETS OF SLEET AND WET SNOW OCCURRING THIS MORNING…

    A LARGE AREA OF PRECIPITATION WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE EAST ACROSS
    THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY LATE THIS MORNING. THOUGH MUCH
    OF THE PRECIPITATION WILL FALL AS RAIN…POCKETS OF SLEET AND WET
    SNOW WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE…ESPECIALLY WHERE THE PRECIPITATION IS
    MOST INTENSE ALONG AND EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

    SURFACE TEMPERATURES ARE ABOVE FREEZING. HOWEVER…IF SNOW OR
    SLEET COMES DOWN AT A RAPID RATE…THERE COULD BE SOME BRIEF
    SLUSHY ACCUMULATIONS OF SNOW OR ICE…ESPECIALLY ON GRASSY
    SURFACES AND ELEVATED ROADWAYS. MOST OF THE PRECIPITATION SHOULD
    CHANGE OVER TO ALL RAIN BEFORE NOON.

  5. jonb Says:

    Mitch, is it possible that the low could stay further south and SE KY get in on some accumulating snow?

  6. Emerson Biggins Says:

    CATS

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