Thankfully, treat-or-treating is a go for much of the Bowling Green area and beyond! The focus of the heavy rain shifts further towards our north and west, as bands have already been moving through that area over the past few hours. I even managed to snag a few photos of a shelf cloud moving through parts of Kentucky that were peaking with fall colors earlier:
But what does this next system have in store for us?
The WPC keeps us near the edge of a slight risk for excessive rainfall. The rain bands that move through will be quite narrow, meaning the heavy rain stays over a relatively small area. Latest models are beginning to hint at Bowling Green missing the brunt of it by miles:
That doesn’t, however, mean we won’t see a good bit of rain through tonight and tomorrow as this other model run illustrates:
With that in mind, keep those rain jackets on hand- especially tomorrow. The system should clear out by tomorrow evening, leaving only some small lingering showers Friday and into your weekend.
Tonight: Breezy, rain showers. Low of 63
Tomorrow: High of 67, shower and storms.
Tomorrow night: Low of 45, showers clearing