1. Friday will see another day where Bowling Green is close to record highs with southerly flow and mostly sunny skies. However, like the past few days the moisture advection will be very limited allowing the region to flirt with red flag warning criteria again as humidity values will be low with highs in the mid 80’s.
2. By Saturday a cold front should allow for the increase of clouds, a period of showers and thunder should approach the region as well but weaken as it moves through our region around 9 am thanks to the dry airmass in place keeping rainfall amounts light. Even with the rain and clouds highs should still be in the mid 70’s.
3. A great Easter Sunday is in store for easter egg hunts or outdoor plans with sunny skies and highs in the upper 70’s.
4. The region may see it’s first real shot at some severe weather next week. Model guidance has a powerful cold front coming through midweek which may produce a squall line of thunderstorms and the chance for some strong storms from a warm frontal system Monday. However this potential event is still several days away and the forecast will be updated as needed.