WBKO 13News First Alert Forecast
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Prepared by Matt Stephens
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Friday's Snows dumped as much as 5" of snow in some areas NW of Bowling Green. Regional averages ranged from 2 - 4 inches. A few more flurries are possible this evening, but no more accumulations are expected. The bigger story is the frigid cold in store for the days to come. Lows tonight will drop to near single digits, keeping travel conditions hazardous on many roadways. High's Sunday will fall just short of the 30 degree mark. Look for Sunshine early, with clouds increasing towards the afternoon.
ANOTHER SNOW? Models are in agreement for yet another chance for snow and even colder temperatures arriving Monday into early Tuesday. Light accumulations will be possible Monday Evening, as another clipper system pushes through. More importantly, very frigid air will move in behind this front, leaving highs in the mid teens on Tuesday and overnight lows approaching 0 by Wednesday Morning...
Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...
SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny but Cold
High 28, Low 20, winds E-6
MONDAY: Rain, Switching to Light Snow Late
High 40, Low 11, winds SW-12
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