I have been waiting for nearly a month for this kind of fall weather to show up. Fall temperatures finally came here for a significant amount of time! It’s has been welcome, fall is a beautiful time of year.
As for today, a cold front is going to pass through Kentucky, keeping the region in cooler temperature. This front is being fueled by a low pressure system in Oklahoma. The high pressure in North Dakota is going to push the cold front to the south and set Kentucky in high pressure during the weekend.
Saturday is going to be very calm because of this high pressure. The cold front has moved on into the Gulf of Mexico. Saturday is also going to be very cool.
Going into Sunday is when Bowling Green will see some rain chances. The model runs are putting Kentucky in the very center of a ridge in the upper atmosphere, this explains the high pressure.
The weekend numbers are as follows:
Today: Clear sunny skies with a high of 64. Low of 36. Frost i very possible in localized areas, cover your plants if they’re shaded.
Saturday: High of 56. Colder by 8 degrees, significant differnce between just two days. Possible low of 31, this is the day that frost will be most likely. Clear skies
Sunday: Rain chances as it warms up slightly to a possible high of 61. Low of around 40 degrees.
I will be back for the final time in early December! As always if something interesting I want to write about is happening I will write about it in a special blog post! In the meantime have a fantastic rest of your November! Thanks for reading.