A marginal severe weather threat is present as we approach the afternoon hours of Wednesday. Showers are very likely especially after 2pm, with a good potential for thunderstorm development as well. About .7 – 1″ of rain is expected by the end of this event, which will be prolonged into Thursday afternoon. The high today is 67F and the low is 55F, with winds gusting at about 20knots at some points, so breezy conditions. The national weather service has placed Bowling Green under a marginal risk for severe weather, so the main concern is thunderstorm potential and localized flooding. Definitely stay safe and if youre planning on commuting anywhere, bring that umbrella with you because you’ll definitely need it!
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