Today should be a nice fall day, with weak cold air advection still taking place from yesterdays frontal passage. Temperatures today should see a high of 59 with light winds out of the WNW topping out about 7 mph. Tonight, however, things will really begin to cool off as surface high pressure dominates the area. The cumberland river area has the best chance of a hard freeze as they will be under the high pressure maximum at sunrise, and radiational cooling will be maximized. For Bowling Green, expect widespread frost under light to no winds tonight,with a low of 32. Again, frost and possible freezes are possible in the more prone sheltered and low lying areas.
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