The Winter(s) of our Discontent

Thanks for the info, Chris….awakened this morning to a chilly 37 degrees in Hodgenville, KY…..Asked my father which Winter is this, and he thought it’s Blackberry…..thanks for the info…I had not heard of Stump Winter before…

Chris Allen

(Revised to add in more “Winters” that many of you suggested since first posting this article.  Many thanks to those who asked me to look deeper for the “other Winters” out there!) – Chris

The past few days, I’ve been asked this question more than any other…”which Winter are we in now?”

Remember, I kept saying don’t get used to the 70 and 80 degree weather.  It’s only March in Kentucky and that means anything goes.  Now, reality has set in and temperatures are struggling to even reach seasonal average (61 degrees) and looks to stay this way until we get into early April.  Even then, we’re still going to see some cooldowns along the way.

Shut the f…ront door!!!

For the various types of “Winters” according to folklore, I always turn to Glen Conner who is State Climatologist Emeritus for Kentucky but also spent many years at Western Kentucky…

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