If you didn’t get out and enjoy the weather yesterday it might be a while before you get another day like it, because another arctic outbreak is headed our way. Yesterday’s official high in Bowling Green reached 68º F. The all-time record high temp for that date was set on February 21st, 1993 with a high of 69º F. Averages for this time a year are a high of 50 and a low of 30. Today’s temps should be close to these average values. Even though it will likely be 18º cooler here today, 50 is still warmer than what we have been accustomed to over the past six weeks.The rain has pushed out of the area and it should remain dry for the rest of your Monday. Today will remain mostly cloudy and could be breezy at times. Tomorrow we can still expect the clouds to remain across our area with a few intervals of sun. However, tomorrow’s high will only be near 40 and a low near 28. A high pressure center that is currently located over South Dakota and Nebraska will make its way toward us by midweek. This will result in cooling temperatures through Wednesday. This high pressure center will be responsible for the arctic outbreak I mentioned earlier. Wednesday could also be our next chance of some wintry precip. More details to come later this week. Have a great day and thanks for checking WKU’s met blog!
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