Saturday morning cartoon
Showers will gradually end from west to east this morning.
RAIN MOVES ON…
An area of low pressure along the Gulf Coast and a cold front to our west brought beneficial rains to the region yesterday. The rains taper off from west to east this morning with some sun returning for most areas by late afternoon. It will be breezy and cool, with temperatures struggling to crack 70° which is over 10° below mid-September averages.
…COOLER AIR MOVES IN:
Real Autumn-like weather settles in for midweek, with some of the chilliest overnight readings we’ve seen since April expected for the next two nights! Many areas will likely wake up to lows in the low 40s Wednesday morning and again Thursday morning. Canadian high pressure will bring us lots of sunshine those days, and while highs may barely make it out of the upper 60s Wednesday, temperatures should moderate some late in the week.
BRIEF WARMUP, THEN MORE COOL AIR:
Southwest winds and early day sunshine Friday will send readings back to near seasonal averages for a short while. However, a cold front moving through late Friday night into Saturday morning will bring with it a chance for scattered showers followed by another big cool down. Highs drop from the low 80s Friday back into the low 70s for the weekend. Overnight readings will fall from the 50s back into the 40s.
Breezy with Rain Ending, Clearing Later…High 70, winds NW-14
Clear and Cool with Patchy Fog…Low 42, winds Calm
Sunny and Pleasantly Cool…High 70, winds NE-6
Mainly clear with a few areas of high clouds and patchy fog.
MORE GORGEOUS WEATHER:
Don’t expect much overall change in our weather for the next two days. Today and Thursday will feature more sunshine with just a few clouds and warm conditions by day – mainly clear and comfortable conditions at night. Highs will reach the mid 80s with lows around 60°.
BUDDY WALK/TRASHMASTER’S WEEKEND:
The latest data speeds up the arrival of our next weather maker. It now appears our next decent shot for rain will come late Friday afternoon and evening, with showers gone by Saturday morning. That timing bodes well for the Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome in Bowling Green along with the Trashmaster’s Lake Shore Cleanup at Barren River Lake Saturday. Both weekend days look dry at this time, with highs in the upper 70s to around 80° along with seasonably mild overnight lows.
UNSETTLED EARLY NEXT WEEK:
The weather pattern turns more active late Monday into Tuesday, with chances for showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. Temperatures will stay seasonable for mid-September.
Mostly Sunny and Warm… High 84, winds SE-6
Partly Cloudy and Mild…Low 60, winds Calm
Mostly Sunny and Warm… High 85, winds SE-6
Join the First Alert Storm Team at the Kroger on the 31W Bypass (across from The Medical Center) in Bowling Green tomorrow from 10am to Noon for the next Spring NOAA Weather Radio Event!
Mainly clear this morning with a few high clouds moving in by late morning.
RAIN HEADED THIS WAY:
We’ll be mostly sunny to start today with increasing cloudiness this afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will become more likely for the drive home and into this evening. After a few lingering showers Saturday morning skies will begin clearing by afternoon. Temperatures will be much cooler, though with high temperatures only reaching the mid 60s Saturday and Sunday with overnight lows in the low 40s.
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.
Mostly Sunny, Afternoon Thunderstorms…High 79, winds SW-15
Precip Chance 20% – Rain Amount .10″
Showers and Thunderstorms Likely…Low 50, winds N-10
Precip Chance 60% – Rain Amount .25″
Morning Showers, Afternoon Clearing…High 64, Low 44, winds N-6
Precip Chance 40% – Rain Amount .10″
Mostly Sunny and Cool…High 65, Low 43, winds NW-9