Sunday, March 23, 2014

A Cool Beginning of the Week

Good Sunday to one and all! Hope everyone is out enjoying this sunny, yet mild day. Current temperature at the Bowling Green Mesonet site is 49 degrees, with winds out of the north at 10 mph. High pressure is sitting to our northwest making an entry and bringing our temperatures down even further for the beginning of the work week. Another system will be trying to make an appearance Monday night into Tuesday morning as temperatures struggle to dip below freezing again. No accumulations are expected with this brief system.

NAM Model valid for Wednesday 6 AM, showing high pressure taking control again with cool temperatures for the morning commute. 

High pressure will push the rain out of Bowling Green keeping Wednesday dry until our next system moves in Thursday.

Days at a Glance:

Tonight: Clear skies keeping our temperatures cool. Low of 27 with winds gusting to 10 mph.

Monday: Cool morning with temperatures in the mid 20s. Highs tomorrow will struggle to reach 52. Winds  2 - 4 mph with clear skies.

Tuesday: Low of 30 with a High reaching 40 degrees. Slight chance for snow in the early morning hours and tapering off before the commute. No accumulations expected.

Wednesday: Low 25 with a high reaching 42 degrees. Clear conditions with a few clouds moving in late Wednesday night.

Forecaster: Brian Urbancic

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