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Prepared by Shane Holinde
Tueday, September 3, 2019
Tuesday delivered more sunshine and toasty temps! It was our 5th straight day with low 90s in Bowling Green. We're likely to make it six in a row Wednesday before a weak cold front arrives late afternoon. This system may touch off a few isolated, light rain showers, but most areas will remain dry. Behind the front, we'll catch a bit of relief, with lows dropping into the more seasonal upper 50s to low 60s for a few nights and highs dropping into the low 80s Thursday. Expect a quiet weather pattern to dominate into the upcoming weekend, with highs slowly climbing back into the low 90s by Monday.
In the tropics, we continue to watch Deadly Hurricane Dorian, which is currently a Category 2 system. This storm is now moving very slowly northward, paralleling the east coast of Florida. Dorian is expected to ride the coast north still bringing life threatening surges and hurricane force winds. We will keep you updated on the latest track of Deadly Hurricane Dorian.
Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Very Warm
High 90, Low 60, winds NW-10
THURSDAY: Sunny and Cooler
High 83, Low 58, winds NE-9
FRIDAY: Mostly Sunny, Warmer
High 88, Low 62, winds NW-8