Monday, September 17, 2012

Week Ahead

Currently, there is a cold front extending from Wisconsin down to New Mexico.  Behind this cold front there are high temperatures in the 60s with low temperatures in the 40s.  This cold front will impact our area Tuesday night and temperatures will continue to drop Wednesday.  Currently in Bowling Green the temperature is 69 with light to moderate rain at times.  This is being caused by a surface low that is located over Louisiana which is bringing moisture from the Gulf of Mexico.  This low will slide into our area and be absorbed in with the cold front generating decent rain amounts in the eastern parts of the state.  Tonight expect the temperature to fall to 62 with rain in the area, so be sure and have your umbrella handy!  Tomorrow the cold front will continue to push through our area.  I am expecting the showers to be over by 10:00 in the morning.  The low temperature for tomorrow will be 61 with a high of 71, with winds out of the northwest at 10kts.  On Wednesday be sure and have a light jacket as temperatures will drop throughout the day.  Temperatures on Wednesday will start out at 70 then low temperatures will end at 44. 

Above is the Surface Map for Tuesday, September 18.

Forecaster:  Tyler Binkley

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