Join the First Alert Storm Team at the Kroger on the 31W Bypass (across from The Medical Center) in Bowling Green this Saturday from 10am to Noon for the next Spring NOAA Weather Radio Event!
Other than a few areas of patchy dense fog our morning will be full of bright sunshine with temperatures in the 40s and 50s.
A NICE THURSDAY:
Wednesday was wonderful with ample sunshine allowing temperatures to return to more seasonal levels. The warming continues today and so does the sunshine! Readings should climb into the upper 70s with a more southerly wind. Skies stay mainly clear tonight with milder overnight lows expected.
WEEKEND STARTS UNSETTLED:
We’ll stay quite warm through Friday before our next cold front arrives Friday night into early Saturday. We could use some rain (our yearly deficit is now over 3″), and there’s a good chance for scattered showers and storms Friday night into the first half of the weekend. Behind the front comes another cooldown, with highs dropping from the low 80s Friday into the 60s Saturday and Sunday. The weekend should conclude on a dry note with a mix of sun and clouds Sunday.
EARLY NEXT WEEK:
Things look dry at this time Monday through Wednesday under fair to partly cloudy skies. Highs will climb from the 60s Monday into the 70s Tuesday and Wednesday. Overnight lows will be in the 40s.
Sunny and Warmer…High 79, winds SE-5
Mainly Clear and Mild…Low 54, winds S-3
Partly Sunny, Ch. Afternoon Showers…High 82, winds SW-13
Precip Chance 40% – Rain Amount .10″