Wind Advisory Begins at Noon
Good morning south-central KY. The National Weather Service has issued an advisory for 40-45 mph wind gusts, so nail down the trampolines! While reaching a high in the mid-60’s, prepare for conditions to be breezy today, cold snap coming overnight, and a chance of flurries later this week.
Temperatures this morning will start in the low 40’s before climbing to the 60’s by 3 p.m. this afternoon. This is occurring because of a low pressure system moving toward our region that is blowing in warmer air from our south, but enjoy the short lived warmth while it lasts…
Cold Snap Arrives Overnight
Tonight our next cold front will blow through dropping our temperatures like an overweight man jumping from a mini-tramp. Rain showers are likely to start around sundown before changing to flurries near midnight tonight. Low temperatures Wednesday morning will bottom out in the mid-30’s.
Alien Winter Weather for March
Bowling Green’s average high for this time in March is in the mid 50’s. Tomorrow and Thursday’s highs are in the low 40’s which are normal for the cold, icy depths of space, I mean January. On top of this we will probably see flurries and some light winds which will make the temperatures feel below freezing until Friday, which seems impossible.
With the ground being quite warm, the light snow possible over the next three days will not accumulate, but everyone should bundle up come Wednesday–frostbite still hurts, even in March.
Some indications predict that the temperatures will stay below average with more chances of snow into next week, so follow @wxornotbg for the latest updates. Stay frosty out there!