Friday 11/23/18 Outlook

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    Friday 11/23/18 Outlook

    Here's the outlook for this upcoming games this Friday. Look for rain to move in from west to east during the evening. Temperatures look to be in the low to mid-40s. With the windchill ranging from the high 30s to low 40s. It will be a wet and chilly night for high school football in Kentucky.

    The simulated NAM Radar is from 5 pm ET to 2 am ET.

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    This is the temperature map centered around 8 pm ET

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    Wind chill map

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    This is the rainfall totals through 2 am ET Saturday morning.

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    Thursday morning update

    No real change in the outlook for Friday's games. The only thing that I'm seeing this morning is the rain may be moving in slower than expected but this could change. I'll update later today.

    Everyone have a great Thanksgiving!

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    In all my years I don't think I've ever seen such a wet season. My team played 12 games this season and 9 (!) were played in the rain or on wet fields.

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    Friday morning update

    The forecast for tonight's games is showing a slight warming for temperatures. Around game time look for temps to be in the mid to upper 40s. The windchills will be around the same. As the night goes on temps look to fall into the low to mid-40s with the wind chills being from the mid to upper 30s.

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    Precipitation will move into Kentucky around late afternoon and spread across Kentucky during the night. Rainfall amounts look to be light from around .10 to .40 inches. With the heaviest amount being in western Kentucky. The following simulated radar is from 5 pm to 2 am EST.

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    Good luck to those team who will be playing tonight.

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