Still all-quiet on the severe weather front. In fact, this is the slowest start to the tornado season for the month since 1969----for the country as a whole.
A good stat to have of course.
This is fairly similar to last year. We didn't really ramp up in the severe storm zone until May/June. And we only had one minor tornado in our area that took place later in the summer.
In other words, our cool pattern remains locked in...and as you will see in the video, there are no signs this will change anytime soon. Yes, we will have more and more warm shots to enjoy---but the cold revenges will still take place. That that may continue through mid April. Hopefully not longer. Thunder Over Louisville is a month from today.
With these cold attacks, the risk for snowflakes remains. There are NO snowstorms showing up---but a few minor "flake" events look probable when looking ahead.
The Canadian did decide to throw in some excitement for early next week with a more phased system that could provide something more than just flakes. But let's give that more time in the oven before we take a sniff.
The latest EURO is coming in now...I will post below what is says for those of you that are curious.
EURO UPDATE: Similar to the GFS actually. Keeps the suppressed wave Sunday fast enough that the digger trough has its limits. We will keep an eye on this. LONG way off and hasn't been sampled of course.
I will end on a goode note---it still looks like we will be pushing 70° on Saturday. Plan!
HERE IS THE VIDEO UPDATE: