Happy Frontal Passage Day!

What a relief!  Thanks to a cold front approaching from the west, today will be cooler and much less humid than the past few weeks have been.  Fall is here!

In Bowling Green, we’ve likely already had our high temperature for the day- 72 degrees!  Over the next few hours, the temperature will actually drop further with passage of the cold front.  Using the 16Z HRRR model above, we can see dewpoints originally in the lower 70s earlier today drop dramatically to the mid 50s bringing us drier, less humid air.  Perfect windows-down weather is on tap for later this afternoon.

Will it last?

Thankfully, much of this week should be relatively cool.  The next few days ahead as well as into the weekend look to be beautiful days with cool temperatures and finally a break from the constant rain we have had over the past few days.  However, we could see the heat return at times in the coming weeks.  The 06Z GFS (shown above) paints a picture of a disruptive weather pattern as the jet stream fluctuates over the United States, giving us an idea that with the changing of the season the next few weeks could be quite the show.


Today: High of 72, Low of 67.  Scattered showers until the cold front passes!

Tomorrow: High of 68, Low of 59.  Overcast, very small chance of isolated showers.

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