There is already snow on the ground here in Bowling Green. There is still a chance for scattered snow showers throughout the night and into tomorrow morning as this clipper system makes its way through the area. Some areas could see accumulations of an inch or more. However, others may only see a dusting to a half inch. Temperatures will slowly fall into the upper 20s overnight. This combined with the snow could cause some slick spots on the roadways for the morning commute. As shown in the graphic below, there is a Traveler’s Advisory in effect until 9:00 AM tomorrow. As the showers taper off tomorrow morning, any remaining precipitation is expected to switch over to a rain snow mix.
|A Traveler's Advisory is in effect until 9:00 AM CST. Graphic courtesy of NWS Louisville.|
Temperatures tomorrow will struggle to make it into the 40s as we dry out but remain mostly cloudy. High pressure will move into the area on Wednesday and bring us clearer conditions along with slightly warmer temperatures in the mid 40s. However, another clipper system will move through the region on Thursday and bring us another chance of rain and rain/snow mix.
Tonight: Cloudy skies, snow likely, lows near 28°, and light and variable winds.
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy skies, a slight chance of AM snow mixed with rain, highs near 40°, and winds out of the north at around 5-7 mph.
Tomorrow Night: Partly cloudy skies, lows near 22°, and light winds out of the north.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny skies, highs near 45°, and winds out of the southeast at around 3-5 mph.
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy skies, lows near 34°, and winds out of the south at around 5-7 mph.
Forecaster: Arden Gregory