Soggy Start to the Month of November

Good evening folks!!

The rain from earlier today associated with an area of low pressure has moved on out of here. Cloudy skies will remain over the area for the rest of the afternoon and into the overnight hours. Winds that are currently out of the S and SW will shift thanks to a cold front that will slowly drift eastward. Temperatures behind the front will drop into the 40s throughout the area with winds out of the NW at 15 mph with occasional gusts to 25 mph. Low temperatures for tonight will drop to around 44° in the Bowling Green area.

Below: IDV Surface Temperature 11-02-18 12z

Heading into Friday, scattered showers will linger around the area as the area of low pressure continues to move off towards the northeast. As it moves towards the northeast, it will drag a weak frontal boundary or a weak axis of convergence that will hover across the Ohio River Valley. This area of convergence could spark off some scattered showers and drizzle across the area. Highs across the area should remain right around 50° thanks to winds out of the WNW and extensive cloud cover.

Below: IDV Surface Temperatures & Winds 11-02-18 18z

Slight chance of showers will remain around the area heading into Friday night with lows dropping to around 40°. Temperatures for the first half of the weekend on Saturday will rebound thanks to a weak area of high pressure building in from the west. High temperatures on Saturday should top out around 60°.


Thursday night: Slight chance of rain mainly before midnight with a low of 44°. West wind at 10 to 15 mph.

Friday: Slight chance of showers with some scattered drizzle. Cloudy, high temperature topping out around 51°. Northwest wind at 5-10 mph.

Friday Night: Slight chance of showers before midnight. Cloudy, low temperature of 40°. Light and variable winds.

Saturday: Mostly sunny skies, with a high of 62°. Winds out of the south at around 5 mph.



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