Weather Weekly 3/26

Happy Wednesday everyone! It’s almost April and soon the April showers will begin! Yay! We exchange cold weather for rainy weather. The model trend for the next week is showing a lot of rain. So the whole April showers bring May flowers is true. Let us take a look at the forecast ahead.

Wednesday, March 27 – Night
Partly cloudy skies with a low of 31°F grace the evening, accompanied by a light breeze, setting the stage for a tranquil night in Bowling Green.

Thursday, March 28 – Day
Expect a sunny day with temperatures peaking at 61°F, complemented by a gentle north-northwest wind.
Night: Clear skies dominate as the temperature falls to 39°F, ensuring a calm and starry night.

Friday, March 29 – Day
The day brings partly cloudy skies and a high of 70°F, with southwest winds adding a brisk touch.
Night: A few clouds at 53°F with a steady south-southwest wind, maintaining a mild nocturnal ambiance.

Saturday, March 30 – Day
A mix of sun and clouds with a warm high of 76°F.
Night: Evening clouds increase, with temperatures gently resting at 58°F, under a light southwestern breeze.

Sunday, March 31 – Day
Anticipate a blend of clouds and sun, with a slight chance of showers, high near 78°F. The southwest wind continues to prevail.
Night: Cloudy conditions at 63°F, with a soft south-southwest wind ensuring a stable night.

Monday, April 1 – Day
Cloudy skies with a chance of stray showers or thunderstorms, reaching a high of 79°F. Winds from the south-southwest signal an active day.
Night: Scattered thunderstorms are likely, with a 60% chance of rain and a low of 63°F, under a moderate southwestern breeze.

Tuesday, April 2 – Day
Showers and thunderstorms become more prevalent, with a high of 66°F and a robust west-southwest wind.
Night: The likelihood of early showers decreases, leaving a cooler low of 42°F and a gentle northwestern wind.

Wednesday, April 3 – Day
Scattered showers in the morning become cloudy skies in the afternoon, with a high of 56°F.

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