Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Rain Continues


As of 10:21 this evening, the current temperature is 69°F with the humidity values above 95%.  The winds are coming out of the SE around 6 mph.  The unseasonal temperatures will continue for our area for the next couple of days.  This is all due to a cold front associated with a surface low pressure system that is slowly making its way to us from the central plains.  As this cold front gets closer to the Bowling Green area, the chances of seeing rain will increase as well as the chance of thunderstorms, but as of right now, they are not looking to be severe storms.

Current satellite view with fronts


Wednesday: High 83, Low 68. Winds coming out of the south between 6-8 mph.  Showers and thunderstorms likely throughout the morning with smaller chances of a shower after noon. A quarter to half an inch of rain is possible.  Chance of rain: 70%

Thursday: High 83 Low 66.  Winds will be calm in the morning then strengthening to 5-8 mph out of the northwest.  Showers and thunderstorm are possible up till 2:00 pm, then skies will be clear up to partly cloudy skies by the end of the day. Chance of rain: 20%

Forecaster: Will Paschall

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