Updated weekend forecast 6/9/10
1. Leftovers of the front dying out over the region today will lift northward throughout the week allowing for more muggy and hot air to stream back north into our region. However this will allow for a chance for pop up afternoon storms as well. These storms may produce locally hvy rains. I expect highs to be near 90 or in the low 90’s throughout the region each day through Saturday.
2. By Sunday and Monday the next cold front approaches with a higher chance of storms and slightly cooler weather by Sunday night.
this from the nws….
RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
532 PM EDT FRI JUN 4 2010
…RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT BOWLING GREEN…
A RECORD DAILY RAINFALL OF 2.54 INCHES WAS SET AT BOWLING GREEN
TODAY. THE OLD RECORD OF 2.15 INCHES WAS SET IN 1893. TODAYS RAIN
FELL IN ONLY ONE HOUR AND 20 MINUTES TIME.
It’s just Ironic an update is needed only hours after issuing a two week forecast, which is still below on the last post. This further lessens the chance of a late summer drought.