CHRIS ALLEN'S MORNING UPDATE
Monday, February 8, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY:
What will start as rain will change to snow as colder air moves in Monday afternoon and evening. While amounts look to be on the light side, there will be enough snow to cause a dusting up to an inch by Tuesday morning for the Bowling Green area with higher amounts of 1-3" further east near Green River Lake and Lake Cumberland. Several bursts of snow are possible tonight and through the day Tuesday. Along with this will come bitter wind chills near zero at times as Arctic air combined with breezy west winds will make it feel even colder.
COLDER AIR WINS:
Overnight lows will plunge into the teens both Tuesday and Wednesday nights as bitter northwest winds continue. While we will see sunshine through the rest of the work week, temperatures will have a hard time recovering past the freezing point until Friday.
Mainly sunny skies will hang around both Saturday and for Sunday (Valentine's Day) with readings from the mid to upper 30s to low 40s but overnight lows will still be in the frigid 20s.
Rain changing to Snow Showers...Temps Falling from 40, winds W-13
Precip. Ch. 60% - 0.10" Rain - Dusting to 1/2" Snow possible
Occasional Snow Showers...Low 21, winds W -13
Snow Ch. 50% - Additional 1/2" to 3/4" Snow possible
Occasional Snow Showers, Colder...High 28, winds W-13
Snow Ch. 50% - Additional up to 1" Snow possible
Bitter Wind Chills near zero at times
|Record High||71° (1931)|
|Record Low||-5° (1984)|
|24 Hour Precip||0.00"|
|UV Index||3 (Low)|
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