Cold Week and Potential for Snow Tomorrow Night

Partly sunny skies will bring high temperatures around 44 degrees for Bowling Green today as high pressure continues to nose in from the northwest. Last weekend’s spring teaser was short lived as the possibility of minor accumulations of snow are possible through tonight. A relatively weak wave in the upper portion of the atmosphere will sweep through tonight bringing with it the chance of snow. Bowling Green will only see a slight dusting, while areas to the east such as Lexington could see up to an inch. Accompanying the high pressure tonight will be a northwesterly wind around 6-11mph, with gusts reaching the lower 20’s. Wind chill associated with tonight’s low temperature of 18 degrees could drop temperatures down to single digits for our area.

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As the high pressure settles in through early Wednesday, expect the skies to clear and temperatures to reach into the mid twenties, although wind chill values could keep us in the single digits. If you’re going to be outside be sure to bundle to up! Temperatures look to stay below normal Wednesday but will be accompanied by sunny skies. Thursday is looking to be slightly warmer, although still chilly, as another cold front sweeps through our region. High pressure begins to shift east on Friday and followed behind it is another weather producing system that looks to bring rain and possibly a few snow flakes to our region.

 

Daily Forecast:

Tuesday: Skies look to remain partly sunny with highs in the mid-40’s.

Tuesday Night: Minor snow accumulation with a low around 18 degrees and winds out of the northwest at 6-11mph. Gust could reach the lower 20’s.

Wednesday: Cold but sunny skies with a high of 27 degrees. North wind 7-10 will bring wind chill temperatures into the single digits.

Wednesday Night: Mostly clear skies and a low of 18 degrees. Wind chill temps could still be in the single digits but expect winds to shift out of the southwest after midnight.

Thursday: Cold and sunny with a high of 37 degrees.  8-13 mph southwest winds will shift from the north in the afternoon.

Thursday Night: Mostly clear skies with a low around 17 degrees.

Friday: Increasing clouds and a high around 40 degrees.

Friday Night: Chance of rain/snow mix with a low at 31 degrees. Chance of precipitation 50%.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy and a high of 43.

Saturday Night: Low around 30 degrees with a slight chance of rain and snow.

 

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1 Response to Cold Week and Potential for Snow Tomorrow Night

  1. Joe Hayden says:

    I know that winter isn’t over for another few weeks but last weekend’s warmer weather sure made me anxious for spring. It is hard to believe that there may be some rain and snow mix still to come. I’ll sure be glad when the spring weather decides to stick around.

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