Good afternoon readers, and happy Monday!
Talk about a taste of fall air, most regions dipped into the upper 30s this morning! Do not fret though, as today you can expect abundant sunshine and warmer temperatures. After a chilly start, temperatures warm up into the mid 60s. Do not get too used to the sun though, as the overnight hours into tomorrow morning bring a rain chance. Tonight’s lows will be in the low 50s. Unfortunately, the next few days do carry a rain chance, so stay tuned if you are looking to make plans this last half of the week into the weekend.
Weather Fact (Spooky Edition)!
Back at it again with some historical Halloween weather records for here in Bowling Green!
The wettest Halloween on record here in Bowling Green happened back in 1942, with a soaking 2.7 inches of rain. Halloween rain is not uncommon in this area, as just two years ago in 2019, we received a healthy dose of it to the tune of 1.4 inches.
In terms of snow, (yes, there has been snow on Halloween before!), there was .9 inches of it in 1993. Nothing crazy, but a white Halloween seems a bit spooky to me! (NWS Louisville)
Bonus: Halloween Forecast
For all the snow lovers, it does not seem like that will happen for this Halloween, but it does appear that we will get an opportunity to dry out after a few wet days just in time for trick-or-treating. Temperatures look pleasant with highs in the low 60s, and lows in the mid 40s, with partly cloudy skies.
Have a great rest of your week, and have a great Halloween weekend!