A new storm system will make its way through the southeastern parts of the US, bringing rain, snow, and possibly a wintry mix for those areas. The storm will make tracks through this area Saturday, but for Bowling Green’s case, the storm will come through Saturday afternoon. Before we discuss the storm’s impact on Bowling Green, Saturday will be mostly cloudy, with highs in the mid-30’s, and low’s in low 30’s.
The above map shows the possible precipitation type that we may encounter for our weekend. Overall, the storm system will likely graze us with snow Saturday, but will resume Sunday with mixed precipitation. If you must drive these days, remember to do so carefully as there is always a possibility of slippery roads when encountering winter weather. For those with wishful thinking that Monday will have school closures for WKU, it will be very unlikely since highs for Sunday will be in the lower 40’s and lows will be in the lower 30’s. Always study for your final exams!
For the first day of exams on Monday, we are looking at cloudy conditions again, with possible clearing overnight on Tuesday. Highs will be in the lower 40’s and lows will be in the lower 30’s.
Saturday: 50% chance of snow, otherwise cloudy; High, 35, Low: 31
Sunday: 70% chance of mixed precipitation; High: 41, Low: 32
Monday: Cloudy skies, clearing overnight; High: 40, Low: 30