Soggy Bowling Green Weather

Real Time Bowling Green Weather Radar:


Today 10/14 – Isolated AM Storms – High 70° / Tonight – Isolated Showers – Low 53°

We’ll likely be waking up to showers and thunderstorms around the area once again. These showers and thunderstorms may increase in intensity through the mid morning hours as the cold front begins to move through the area. A few storms may be strong and approach severe levels with damaging wind and small hail being the main concern. However, the overall threat for severe weather appears rather low.

The Storm Prediction Center has outlined the Bowling Green weather area in a marginal risk of severe storms. While widespread severe weather is not expected, a few isolated storms may reach severe levels.

Severe Weather Outlook - Valid Tuesday - NOAA SPC
Severe Weather Outlook – Valid Tuesday – NOAA SPC

Showers and thunderstorms will gradually diminish during the afternoon hours. A few lingering showers will be possible during the evening after a high around 70°. Isolated showers will remain possible during the overnight hours as lows drop down into the lower to mid 50s.

Wednesday 10/15 – Isolated Showers – High 60° / Wed Night – Isolated Showers – Low 50°

On Wednesday that pesky mid level low pressure system will continue to wobble around to the northeast of the region. The low pressure system has cut off from the rest of the jet stream, which means it will likely meander around the region. Due to this, we’ll likely be dodging raindrops once again on Wednesday. However, no thunderstorms are expected. Highs will be a chilly 60°.

NAM Forecast 500mb Heights/Vorticity - Valid Wednesday PM - College of DuPage
NAM Forecast 500mb Heights/Vorticity – Valid Wednesday PM – College of DuPage

Isolated showers will continue into the overnight hours with lows dropping to around 50°.

Thursday 10/16 – Isolated Showers – High 63° / Thur Night – Partly Cloudy – Low 47°

On Thursday we’ll become fully established in the northwest flow of the upper level trough. This means we’ll continue to see those temperatures decrease as well as wrap around moisture from the cutoff low pressure system. Most of the moisture will begin to exit the region, but we’ll stick with isolated showers due to the lack of confidence in the movement of the cutoff low. Highs will only be in the low to mid 60s. “This” weather has only just begun and I’m already over it.


Conditions should begin to clear out some on Thursday evening as the moisture moves to the northeast of the area. Thus, partly cloudy skies will allow the lows to drop into the mid and upper 40s.

That should wrap up this post. Be sure to follow @WxOrNotBG and @WarrenCountyWX on Twitter for the latest Bowling Green weather updates.