Continued cloudy this morning with areas of light rain and drizzle along with a few areas of light snow or flurries. Any snow amounts will be minor – mainly in grassy areas and near the Tennessee border.
RAIN TO SNOW??:
After setting a new daily rainfall record in Bowling Green on Monday, the heaviest rains pushed off to the east Tuesday leaving SOKY overcast and drizzly. It is possible that we could see some snow flurries or even a period of snow showers today – especially in SOKY and in the Lake Cumberland region – but significant accumulation isn’t expected. Highs for this afternoon will be in the lower 40s as we remain mostly cloudy.
CHILLY DAYS AHEAD:
The sun returns Thursday and will hang around for a while, but temperatures will remain below seasonal average. Highs late week will be in the mid 40s. For the weekend, highs in the upper 30s on Saturday but a wind change on Sunday will help afternoon highs to rise in the lower 40s.
Ch. Light Snow and Drizzle…High 40, winds NW-10
Precip Chance 50% – Snow Amount – a dusting up to 1″ near Lake Cumberland
Clearing and Cold…Low 26, winds W-4
Mostly Sunny…High 44, winds SW-5