More Rain, a Couple Cold Fronts and Fall-like Weather

Showers and storms linger across the Tri-State for the next 48 hours, but cooler and clearer weather will return.

Posted: Sep 1, 2020 6:20 PM

Today's grey skies and cooler-than-average conditions essentially put the kibosh on any threat for Severe Weather today - rainfall however, certainly made itself at home late this afternoon and early this evening. It's possible that we'll see additional pop-up showers and storms at times throughout the evening and overnight, though any threat of Severe Weather has subsided for the time. A stalled front to our north and passing low tomorrow will perpetuate our chances for rainfall Wednesday.

Showers and storms will again find their way into the Tri-State, especially tomorrow afternoon and evening; in fact, the SPC has placed portions of our Kentuckian counties under a "1" on the Threat Index for that period. Some of the storms in question may produce winds in excess of 50 mph at times, not to mention the torrential rains. Those heavy downpours may lead to localized flooding as well. Additional precipitation is even expected Thursday, but a passing cold front that night will finally bring an end to our rain chances and usher cooler, more fall-like conditions back into the Tri-State.

This weekend looks nothing short of gorgeous. Afternoon highs for Friday, Saturday and Sunday look as though they'll remain well below average (close to the 80° mark each day) despite the crystal clear skies. On top of that, dew point values will remain in the upper 50s and low 60s - that simply means those days will remain crisp and cool with little to no humidity. Here's to the weekend!

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Evansville
Clear
15° wxIcon
Hi: 28° Lo: 15°
Feels Like: 15°
Owensboro
Clear
15° wxIcon
Hi: 27° Lo: 15°
Feels Like: 6°
Princeton
Clear
15° wxIcon
Hi: 28° Lo: 15°
Feels Like: 15°
Madisonville
Clear
15° wxIcon
Hi: 28° Lo: 14°
Feels Like: 7°
Jasper
Clear
14° wxIcon
Hi: 28° Lo: 14°
Feels Like: 14°
It was another cool, though overall pleasant day across the Tri-State - after only seeing temperatures dive as low as 22° early this morning, peak temperatures ended up climbing a few degrees higher than Thursday's; that being said, Evansville’s high temperature of 27° Was still 15° below average for this time of the year. As for the evening ahead, temperatures will gradually fall for 23° around dinner time back down to 19° by10 PM. A weak northerly wind flow most of the night paired with our crystal clear skies will cause temperatures to of fall back down into the mid to low teens once again - Evansville's anticipated low temperature of 12° will mark or coolest since the morning of January 7th.
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