Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Storm Chances on the Rise


A cold front is developing and moving into Midwest which will impact our area early Thursday morning. High pressure will move in Wednesday which will make our winds become southerly, providing us with warmer and more humid air for the day. Isolated convection cannot be ruled out, but if any showers develop they will be scattered. A squall line will develop from the front Wednesday afternoon, and push to the east the next day. This line of storms looks to impact Bowling Green early Thursday morning and become scattered through the afternoon.

Current QPF forecast shows Bowling Green receiving between 0.50in and 0.75ins of precipitation.
Current QPF forecast place Bowling Green receiving anywhere between 0.50 inches to 0.75 inches of precipitation Thursday, but we could easily see more. After the front passes, the cool down is on the way with a beautiful weekend. Highs will struggle to the mid 70s!

Forecast at a Glance

Wednesday - High of 87 low of 70 with winds increasing and becoming southerly at 10-15 mph. Chance of precipitation 10%.

Thursday - High of 76 low of 60 with early morning rain becoming more widespread during the commute. Precipitation amounts around 0.70 inches. No severe threat is expected. 

Friday - High approaching the mid 70s with lows in the lower 50s with a few clouds and northerly winds around 5 mph.

Forecaster: Brian Urbancic

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