Evening everyone, another Monday has come and gone but there is only 6 left in 2016! Since the start of the month high temperatures in Bowling Green have decreased from the mid 80s at the start of the month to the mid to lower 60s for the past week according to the Kentucky Mesonet. The fall weather seems like it might remain prevalent across much of the Mid-South region. With the freeze warning overnight last night it very much seems like winter is approaching. Today’s high temperature for Bowling Green was 65 degrees and the previous overnight low was 28 according to the Kentucky Mesonet.
Overnight expect a low pressure area associated with an approaching cold front to move through the Mid-South area into the east coast and high pressure moving into the area. With the frontal boundary passing there is a small chance that precipitation could form. The chance of rain is might accumulate trace amounts if any precipitation occurs. Expect not nearly as cool temperatures as last night due to the clouds keeping some of the solar radiation in the atmosphere.
Here is the forecast through tomorrow night:
Tonight: Low of 40 degrees, calm wind, and increasing clouds. Enjoy the supermoon before the clouds roll in.
Tuesday: Clouds decreasing throughout morning hours becoming sunny with a high of around 64 degrees and light 5 mph winds coming from the west.
Tudsday Night: Mainly clear with low temperature around 40 degrees, with light winds coming from the west.