DANIEL MCFARLAND'S AFTERNOON UPDATE
Sunday, January 24, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
...3rd highest total snowfall on record in Bowling Green at 12.2" - State of Emergency declared in Kentucky. Motorists urged to stay of roads...
Today, we started over very cold but temperatures are expected to rise very quickly and we are expecting highs to top out in the low 30s. However wind chill temperatures will be an issue particularly early in the day with values around 0 degrees. Tonight's low will is shaping up to be much more forgiving only dropping down to the 20s.
WARMER TREND AHEAD:
The work week begins with a warmer southerly flow that will send readings into the mid to upper 40s. With this will come a chance for rain showers Monday night into early Tuesday. Temperatures should stay warm enough to keep the majority of the precipitation as rain. We cool back down Tuesday into the upper 30s but rebound back into the 40s by Thursday.
POTENTIAL FOR HIGH TEMPS TO REACH 60s THIS WEEKEND:
To make things even better, sunny conditions are expected for Saturday. The high on Saturday is more likely to be in the upper 50s as of as now but Sunday is the day we could see lower 60s.
Mostly Sunny, Wind Chill Near 0...High 33, winds S-6
Mostly Clear...Low 21, winds S-6
Partly Cloudy, Warmer, Chance of Rain Late...High 46
Ch of Rain 60%