Cooler, Less Humid Air Returns

This map shows the amount of rainfall accumulated over the past four days.  Bowling Green set a new one-day rainfall record for August 11 with 1.54" which breaks the old record of 1.17" set in 1948.  Courtesy: National Weather Service Louisville, CoCoRaHS and the Kentucky Mesonet.
This map shows the amount of rainfall accumulated over the past four days. Bowling Green set a new one-day rainfall record for August 11 with 1.54″ which breaks the old record of 1.17″ set in 1948. Courtesy: National Weather Service Louisville, CoCoRaHS and the Kentucky Mesonet.

NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Areas of patchy fog possible with a chance of isolated showers.
6am: Partly Cloudy 68°
8am: Partly Cloudy 72°
10am: Isolated Showers 74°

RAIN MOVES OUT:
The cold front that brought heavy rain for much of the region on Monday continues to slide across the Ohio Valley. There will be an isolated chance for a shower today mainly east of I-65 along the Cumberland Plateau. Daytime highs will be on the cooler side of the 80s under a partly sunny sky.

COOLER AND LESS HUMID:
Much drier air flows in behind the cold front this evening bringing us some comfy air for mid-August. Sunny skies are expected Wednesday through Saturday with highs in the low to mid 80s. A slight chance of a pop-up shower is possible Sunday into Monday.

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TODAY:
Partly Sunny, Isolated Showers East…High 83, winds NW-10
Precip Ch. 20% – Rain Amount 0.03″

TONIGHT:
Mainly Clear and Cooler…Low 58, winds Calm

WEDNESDAY:
Sunny and Pleasant…High 81, winds N-6

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