I think there are a few headlines that I could choose from today. Its looking fairly active across the region over the next few days, and that should keep us plenty busy.
Today, we’re waking up to cloudy and breezy conditions, with temperatures in the upper 60s. As a cold front approaches from the northwest, we’ll see southwesterly breezy increase into the 15-25 mph range, warming temps to the mid 70s.
This front was anticipated to make it here way late into tonight, preventing any significant severe weather threat across the region; however, that is no longer the case.
The front is looking to get here between 10 PM and 2 am, which is a good timeframe for severe weather with this. Some of the ingredients are there, but we’ll be losing daytime heating, and that is the counter to this.
This shouldn’t be too widespread of an event, but some reports of damaging winds are possible. Heavy rain and lightning are also threats. Once the front pushes through, temps will drop like a rock into the mid 50s.
That is where we look to spend much of tomorrow, actually. Mostly cloudy skies will blanket the region, and northerly flow will keep it cold. Throw in isolated showers, and fall-like weather returns.
Rain will return late Monday night and into Tuesday, with clouds continue to keep us cool into Tuesday.
Today: Partly sunny and breezy. Highs around 77°F. Overnight, look for cloudy skies, with showers and storms. Some storms could be strong. Lows around 58°F.
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, with isolated showers. Highs around 60°F, falling into the 50s by late day. Overnight, look for showers. Lows around 55°F.
Tuesday: Isolated showers early, with cloudy skies all day. Highs around 58°F. Overnight, look for partly cloudy skies, with lows around 44°F.
That just about does it for me! Thanks for checking into wxornotBG this morning, and be sure to follow @wxornotBG and @WKUweather on Twitter and like Landon Hampton on Facebook for the latest on the severe weather threat. Have a great Sunday!