Currently in Bowling Green it is a beautiful 77 degrees with a SW wind at 8 mph. The past few days have been beautiful and springlike, but a rapid cool down is on its way and will continue through the weekend before temperatures warm back up next week. A cold front will be moving through the region bringing thunderstorms and rain tonight and tomorrow. A severe thunderstorm cannot be ruled out during the overnight hours tonight. Thursdays temperatures are going to rapidly drop, as we will see the days high temperature early in the morning. Rain is also on table for Thursday afternoon. If you are planning to go outside tomorrow, pack an umbrella and a jacket because it will be cold and wet. The rain will push out Thursday night and low temperatures in the mid to upper twenties will consume the region for the next few days. The weekend looks to be cold as well, with temperatures in the mid to upper 40s, but we will be seeing a warm up on Sunday through early next week.
|Surface currents courtesy of NOAA
5 Day Outlook:
Wednesday Night: 50% chance of thunderstorms, low of 58 degrees.
Thursday: 80% chance of showers, a thunderstorm or two cannot be ruled out. High of 59 degrees.
Thursday Night: 30% chance of showers, ending during the overnight hours. Low of 36 degrees.
Friday: Partly sunny. High of 46 degrees,
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, low of 26 degrees.
Saturday: Sunny, high of 45 degrees.
Saturday Night: Clear, low of 27 degrees.
Sunday: Sunny, high of 59 degrees.