Today 10/21 - Partly Cloudy - High 63° / Tonight - Partly Cloudy - Low 41°
High pressure will begin to wrap around the the low pressure system and into the region. The cold front will be well to the east of the region today. We should expect partly cloudy skies to overtake much of the region. Ridging will also begin to work into the region to the west. This means we'll be placed under a northwest flow, which will keep out temperatures in the low to mid 60s despite mostly sunny skies.
Partly cloudy skies will be likely during the overnight hours tonight. The clearer skies will allow temperatures to take a tumble into the upper 40s for lows.
Wednesday 10/22 - Mostly Sunny - High 59° / Wed Night - Mostly Clear - Low 37°
Wednesday will bring another day of upper level flow from the north. This will again usher in some cooler temperatures to the area. The good thing is that there will be a lack of moisture in the region, which will deplete the rain chances for the next few days. This means sky conditions should remain mostly clear with a high just shy of 60°. Notice the red hue over much of Kentucky indicating unsaturated air aloft.
Under clear skies once again, temperatures will be allowed to plummet. Thus, you can expect to see lows in the mid to upper 30s across the area. Be sure to bundle up if you're out and about!
Thursday 10/23 - Mostly Sunny - High 62° / Thur Night - Partly Cloudy - Low 45°
On Thursday we'll see a break from the north to northwestern flow aloft. This chance will be brought about by a shortwave embedded in the longwave ridging pattern. In layman's terms, there is a kink in the jet stream pattern. Our upper to mid level flow will shift out of the south to southwest. This will allow for a slight rebound in temperatures into the low to mid 60s under mostly sunny skies. That forecast is worth a high five!
Cloud cover may increase some into the evening hours as the aforementioned shortwave trough begins to lift air over the region. This will keep low temperatures from falling too much, thus lows in the mid 40s appear possible.
That should wrap up this post. Be sure to follow @WxOrNotBG on Twitter for the latest Bowling Green weather details. Have a great day!