Sunday, June 8, 2014

Damp Week Ahead

Good Sunday night everyone. Hope you enjoyed the weekend as much as we did. A low developing off of the Rockies will propagate eastward tomorrow and will be the cause for most of our rain chances in the coming week. We'll begin the week with overcast skies and showers tonight into tomorrow morning, with a chance for a few showers tomorrow afternoon. Higher chances of rain will enter the forecast Tuesday into Wednesday as the low pressure begins to stall and dominate the region.
NAM 00z Reflectivity model valid for late tomorrow night into Tuesday morning. 

Precipitation amounts could be as high as 1 inch to 2 inches by the end of Wednesday. Some stronger, more organized storms may enter Bowling Green Tuesday as we enter into the warm sector of the warm front. A few of these storms may be strong. Stay tuned to our Twitter and Facebook pages for up to date coverage!

Monday - Overcast skies with a high of 76 and a low of 65. Precip chance: 50%

Tuesday - Overcast skies with a high of 83 and a low of 70. Precip chance: 70%

Wednesday - Mostly cloudy skies with a high of 80 and a low of 67. Precip chance: 60%

Forecaster: Brian Urbancic

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