The Last 80° Day (for a while)
Mainly clear to partly cloudy this morning with temperatures in the 60s.
TURNING UNSETTLED (AND COOLER):
It’s been an unseasonably warm start to April and today will follow suit with yet another day with temps in the 80s. Rain chances will be on the rise over the next several days, however. Several disturbances moving through will set off periodic showers and thunderstorms this afternoon as well as Wednesday and Thursday. A few storms could reach severe limits, especially north of Bowling Green, where a SLIGHT RISK of storms with locally damaging winds and large hail exists. Highs will drop into the 70s Wednesday and into the mid 60s Thursday, which is actually closer to normal for early April. Overnight readings will also fall from the 60sd into the 50s later in the week.
EASTER WEEKEND PREVIEW:
Abundant sunshine returns for Good Friday and hangs around into Saturday. On Easter Sunday, an approaching frontal system could produce some late day showers and thunderstorms, with rain chances lingering into Monday. Highs will warm back into the 70s with overnight lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Partly Sunny, Scattered T/Storms…High 86, winds SW-9
Precip Chance: 40% Precip Amount: 0.05″
Showers and Thunderstorms Likely…Low 62, winds SW-5
Precip Chance: 60% Precip Amount: 0.25″
Numerous Showers and Thunderstorms…High 75, winds SE-5
Precip Chance: 60% Precip Amount: 0.50-0.75″