Another Stormy Saturday

We are heading into a wet weekend for the last few days of March. Thunderstorms are going to make a pass throughout the mid-South for our Saturday. The below surface map identifies a stationary boundary crossing Indiana and Illinois which can take off as the low pressure field in Michigan gains strength. Storms will mainly be in the afternoon hours as well.

Surface Observations (Source: College of DuPage)

These thunderstorms also have a chance of being severe when they arrive. However, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama face a slight risk for severe weather. For us in Bowling Green, there is a marginal risk for severe weather. For more information regarding these risks, check out this website.

Day 1 Convective Outlook (Source: SPC)

As said before, storms will pass through in the afternoon and continue into the evening. Highs for today will be in the mid-upper 60’s, and lows in the lower 30’s.

11Z HRRR Simulated Reflectivity (Source: College of DuPage)

Once the cold front makes its pass through Kentucky, Sunday will be sunny, but noticeably colder, with highs in the upper 40’s, and lows in the upper 20’s. Monday will warm up slightly and continue the sunny trend, with highs in the upper 50’s, and lows in the lower 30’s.


Saturday: 100% chance for afternoon thunderstorms, High: 67, Low: 33

Sunday: Sunny; High: 48, Low: 28

Monday: Sunny; High: 57, Low: 33

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