Real Time Bowling Green Weather Radar:
Today 6/1 – AM Showers and Storms – High 70° / Tonight – Partly Cloudy – Low 58°
A cutoff upper level low across the southeastern United States will keep much of the region in weak northwest flow for much of the coming forecast period. This means our temperatures should remain rather cool with a few shots of rain and thunderstorms. A few such showers and storms will be possible this morning.
Conditions should improve after the noon hour. Highs will reach 70° with mostly to partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. Tonight will bring partly cloudy skies to the region with a low around 58°.
Tuesday 6/2 – Partly Cloudy – High 75° / Tue Night – Partly Cloudy – Low 61°
For now, I have no showers or thunderstorms in the forecast for Tuesday. However, cutoff low pressure systems are hard to forecast for, thus there may be some changes in later forecasts that include a chance of rain. However, I’m expecting partly cloudy skies across the region on Tuesday. Highs will reach the mid 70s.
Tuesday night will bring partly cloudy skies to the region with a low around 61°.
Wednesday 6/3 – Partly Cloudy; Isolated Showers – High 79° / Wed Night – Partly Cloudy – Low 63°
The aforementioned upper level low will begin to move to the east some during the day on Wednesday. This will bring an influx of moisture from the Atlantic Ocean. Thus, some northwesterly moving bands of showers may make their way to the region as the entire system slowly moves east. Highs will be just shy of 80°.
Wednesday night we’ll experience partly cloudy skies with a low around 63°.
That should wrap up this forecast. Be sure to check back for more frequent updates. Follow @WxOrNotBG, @WarrenCountyWX, and @wkuCHAOS for the latest Bowling Green weather information. Have a great day!