Back to School, Back to Rain

Hey folks, rounds of showers with temperatures in the low 80’s are likely throughout today as we are back to school, back to rain.  The stationary front bringing today’s rain will move very slowly giving us more chances of rain through the rest of the week.

When it rains, it pours. h/t
Heavy rain, but no severe is possible today. h/t

Morning Showers

Showers moving northeast through Logan, Butler, and Warren counties this morning. (5:15 a.m.) h/t NWS
Showers moving northeast through Logan, Butler, Edmonton, and Warren counties so far this morning. (5:15 a.m.) h/t NWS

Watch for wet roads if you are taking the kids to school this morning mainly in Butler and Logan Counties so far.  A couple rounds of showers  and even claps of thunder are possible today with highs in the low 80’s.

Summer rain: good for cooler temperatures. h/t tenor
Summer rain: good for watering gardens and cooling off temps. h/t tenor

It has not rained for over a week at the Bowling Green weather station, so the rain today should be a welcome sight for most of our region, and it will keep the temperatures down.  In the heaviest storms today, some minor flooding is possible,

Stationary Front Keeps Rest of Week Wet

Weather chart for tomorrow.  h/t WPC

Due to a slow moving “cold”/stationary front, we will have another chance of showers tomorrow afternoon.  Highs will be in the mid 80’s with light winds.

This front moves like a turtle this week. h/t tenor
The front moves like a turtle this week. h/t tenor

Look for another chance of isolated afternoon showers on Friday with a high again in the mid 80’s as the front sticks around.

More Rain Chances this Weekend

Some more shower and thunderstorm activity is possible this weekend.  The more rain chances increase, the more chances of low temperature increases for our weekend, but as of now, this weekend does not look like a total wash out.

h/t tenor
Three more days to the weekend. h/t tenor

That’s all I have for today, follow @wxornotbg for the latest updates.

One thought on “Back to School, Back to Rain

  1. Thanks for a great forecast Dallas; as always! (P.S. Hope you have safe flight home.) 🙏🏻😊

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