Monday, February 3, 2014

Rain Rain Go Away!

Good evening folks. Hope everyone had a safe night even though our snow forecast never panned out. Some wet weather looks to be in our sights again late tomorrow morning lasting through Tuesday night then switching over to some light sleet early Wednesday morning. No accumulation is expected as most of this will just be rain. So how much rain can we expect?

High resolution NAM model data valid for tomorrow at 12 PM. Notice heavy rain just to our south pushing to the NE.
The Weather Prediction Center puts Bowling Green around the 1.5 inch range for total rain accumulation. This seems a little high to us therefore one inch of rain accumulation is what we're going with. Take a look below at what the WPC is forecasting!

Two day total accumulation, which goes through Wednesday afternoon issued from the Weather Prediction Center.

Days at a Glance

Tuesday - High of 38 with a low of 30. Rain moving in during the late morning to early afternoon and continuing through the night. Total rain accumulations of 1 inch expected.

Wednesday - High of 35 with a low of 21. Mostly cloudy skies, NW winds at 5-10 mph.

Thursday - High of 32 with a low of 21. Partly sunny skies, NW winds at 5 mph.

Our next storm system looks to move in Saturday night. Cannot judge if it will be a snow or rain maker yet, but be on the lookout for another update on this system Wednesday.

Forecaster: Brian Urbancic

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