Sunday: Soaked and not Stoked

We are looking at a strong chance of rain for today, so when going out, pack a raincoat and/or and umbrella. The fuel for today’s rains come from the Southern Pacific, with water vapor content being very high.

Mid-Level Water Vapor (Source: College of DuPage)

The Bowling Green Area is also under a Flood Watch, which will range from tonight until Tuesday afternoon. Rains from today until Tuesday can bring a flood danger for a vast majority of Kentucky. The map below is a weather outlook map from the National Weather Service in Louisville.

Weather Outlook Map (Source: NWS Louisville)

Remember to stay dry! Highs today will be in the upper 30’s with lows in the upper 20’s. Monday will have similar conditions as Sunday, with highs in the upper 50’s and lows in the lower 40’s. The main question here is when will the rain chances end. Projections are showing the rains could end Tuesday afternoon, with highs in the mid 50’s and lows in the mid-lower 30’s.

6Z GFS SLP and Precipitation (Source: College of DuPage)

Forecast:

Sunday: 100% chance of rain, High: 40, Low: 30

Monday: 100% chance of rain, High: 59, Low: 43

Tuesday: Rain ending in the afternoon, High: 56, Low: 34

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