WNKY 40 Weather Forecast
Forecast: Pleasant start to our weekend ahead of rainy Monday
The showers have left the region, and our weekend is off to a nice start! Morning clouds will give way to sunny skies through the late morning hours, making for a very nice morning for Bowling Green’s annual Christmas parade. Temperatures should be in the mid 40s during the parade, heading towards an afternoon high in the lower and middle 50s.
Calm and pleasant conditions will persist into the evening hours as Glasgow takes their turn at their annual parade as well. Temperatures will be falling through the lower 40s as the parade begins, possibly hovering right around 40 degrees by the end of the route. Clear skies will continue as well throughout the early nighttime hours before mostly cloudy conditions return by Sunday.
A majority of Sunday will remain dry and quiet despite the increasing clouds, but a couple of late day showers are not out of the question. Rain shower activity will increase through Sunday night and into the start of our Monday as a warm front lifts in from the south. We will warm into the 60s for Monday afternoon, but of course widespread rain showers will make it difficult to enjoy the warm-up.
Unfortunately it all comes crashing down with a strong cold front early Tuesday morning as those 60s give way to middle 30s by the lunch hour. This will set up a very chilly stretch of days beginning with Tuesday afternoon and lasting through likely the rest of next week. Highs stay in the 40s while overnight lows fall all the way down into the lower and middle 20s.
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