Bowling Green, along with much of the Mid South, continues to experience abnormally dry conditions. Since the first of the year, Bowling Green is experiencing a rainfall deficit of 3.42 inches, 2.44 of that deficit being since the first of March. Some much needed rain is on the way for this evening and into the early morning hours of tomorrow as well. This rain is in association with a cold front and a storm system tracking across The Great Lakes with an additional low centered over northeast Texas. Over the next 24 hours the front will track across The Mid South bringing light to moderate rain to much of the area. Some thunderstorm activity can be expected, but conditions are not favorable for severe weather. The SPC has a 5% risk delineated for much of the Contiguous United States east of The Mississippi River as well as the Southern Plains.
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