DANIEL MCFARLAND'S EVENING UPDATE
Sunday, November 29, 2015
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
CONTINUED RAIN FOR TONIGHT AND THE EARLY WEEK:
We saw 3/4 an inch of rain in Bowling Green Saturday and we have even more in the forecast ahead as a low pressure center has parked itself over southern Kentucky. After a small break from the rain this morning higher rain chances will return in the evening and overnight hours and will spill over into Monday and Tuesday as well. Temperatures wont have much variation over the next few days due to cloud cover and for the most part should remain in the 50s.
Rain chances should die down overnight Tuesday or Wednesday morning leaving us with Mostly sunny and cooler conditions for Wednesday onward. Highs are looking to top out around 50 for Wednesday and Thursday and should gradually increase as the weekend approaches. Overnight lows are unlikely to reach the upper 20s and should remain scattered throughout the 30s.
Showers Likely, Cloudy...Low 50, winds NE 6
Ch. of Rain 90%
Periods of Rain, Cloudy...High 60, Low 50, winds SE 9
Ch. of Rain 70%
|Record High||77° (1927)|
|Record Low||9° (1887)|
|24 Hour Precip||0.32"|
|UV Index||3 (Low)|