It’s Wednesday and it is Cold!!! Expect Highs to be in the mid 30’s today. Also, we are currently receiving some flurries here in Bowling Green. Flurries should continue on and off until around noon and then they should start to taper off. The flurries in our area are from a low pressure system currently sitting over the Great Lakes. This low pressure system is also responsible for a cold front that will be sweeping through our area in a few hours. With the passage of the cold front, this should keep us breezy for most of the day. The colder temperatures and the breezy conditions will lead to wind chill values of around 20. Even after the passage of the cold front we will still stay cloudy for the rest of the day. Tomorrow however should be mostly sunny with slightly higher temperatures. The rest of the week should remain sunny as well with high temperatures slightly increasing each day. By the weekend we should be in the mid to upper 40’s. Check back Friday for your weekend update. In other news, check out the monster storm that will be pounding the entire Northern section of the Eastern Seaboard for the next few days. Here are some current projected snowfall totals for this storm. Thanks for reading WKU’s metblog. Remember to stay warm today, its going to be cold out there.
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