Saturday’s Showers

Surface Observations (Source: College of DuPage)

Today will be cold, wet, and miserable. On and off showers will plague Kentucky for the next 12 hours. Since we are on the other side of the low-pressure system, we will get wrap-around precipitation, which is persistent, but nothing too intense.

Watches and Warnings Map (Source: NWS Louisville)

With persistent rains, there is always the possibility of flooding, but as of now, it might not be much of a problem for the Bowling Green area. For updates, visit the National Weather Service in Louisville’s website. Fortunately, these rains will end overnight Sunday, bringing in a wonderful surprise for Easter. Highs for today will be in the mid-40’s, with lows in the upper 30’s.

Easter will be sunny and much warmer, with highs in the upper 60’s, and lows in the upper 30’s. A cold morning and a warm afternoon will allow for a relaxing Easter egg hunt.


Today: 100% chance of rain, High: 46

Tonight: Showers this evening, clearing overnight, cold; Low: 38

Sunday: Sunny and warm, High: 69, Low: 39

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