Real-time Bowling Green weather radar:
Today – Partly Cloudy; Scat’d showers & storms – High 85˚ / Tonight – Partly Cloudy – Low 68˚
Good Morning! This week has turned out to be rather wet with repetitive storms moving through the area. Almost half an inch of rain was recorded by the Bowling Green Mesonet station yesterday, making a total of 1.5 inches of rain received this week!
We won’t escape from the rain anytime soon. It looks like today will have high chances of scattered showers & storms, due to a weak frontal boundary passing through the region. This front looks to stall out and become somewhat stationary, which will provide hit and miss precipitation for most of the day. Don’t forget your umbrella!
Friday – Mostly Sunny – High 84˚ / Friday Night – Cloudy; Scattered Showers – Low 70˚
Thank goodness it’s almost Friday! Friday looks to be another rinse & repeat forecast consisting of partly sunny skies and scattered showers & storms. Showers will remain possible overnight, as seen in the simulated reflectivity model above.
Expect that dreadful humidity that we all know and love to hang around, as dewpoints will stretch into the mid 70s for some regions. The sun will tempt you to be outdoors, but don’t be embarrassed to stay in and crank that AC.
Saturday – Mostly Cloudy; Possible afternoon storms – High 81/ Saturday Night – Mostly Cloudy; Scattered showers – Low 68
No relief from the rain for Saturday either, unfortunately. Another frontal boundary will pass through the region – this time bringing slightly cooler temperatures with it. High temperatures are expected to be in the low 80s. The highest chance for storms looks to be in the afternoon hours and throughout the night.
With all this rain we’ve been having, you might want to invest in a rowboat to get around Bowling Green. Try your best to stay dry and be sure to check back tomorrow with an update in the forecast!