“Winter” 2016-17: We Hardly Knew Ye

And when I say hardly, I mean hardly. When you think of winter you think of something like…this: But for the most part, no. Winter looked nothing like that. We had a couple of snow “events” in the past 3 months but nothing worth writing home about. This should give you an effective summary of our […]

Cloudy Friday Gives Way to Rain for the Weekend

wxornotBG 3/24/17: Cloudy, breezy, warm conditions will take us through the final day of the work week, before widespread rain chances arrive this weekend. A few strong storms will be possible. تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Landon Hampton‎‏ في 24 مارس، 2017 Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday was a bit peculiar. So, we started with some filtered sunshine before […]

Rain on Friday Gives Way to Great Weekend

wxornotBG 3/17/17: Showers, few storms take over the region on this St. Patrick's Day, before rays of sunshine arrive for the upcoming weekend. تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Landon Hampton‎‏ في 17 مارس، 2017 Yesterday’s Weather Not too bad, if a little chilly by mid-March standards. We were 12ºF below normal for a high yesterday and 18ºF […]

Temperatures Slowly Going Back Up, So Do Rain Chances

wxornotBG 3/15/17: Sunny and cold today, before a warming trend results in rain chances later this week… تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Landon Hampton‎‏ في 15 مارس، 2017 Yesterday’s Weather Make no bones about it, yesterday wasn’t pleasant. Temperatures remained well below average and there were even a few snow flurries that tried to sneak in. Not […]

Winter Back for a Late Season Run

Yesterday’s Weather Friday was a return to reality after much above average conditions during the day on Thursday. Temperatures were seasonal and it was sunny, a great way to end the workweek. Too bad it won’t last. Winter is coming…back. Forecast Summary Today: Freeze Warning in effect until 8am, otherwise cloudy with on and off chances for […]

NWS Confirms Two Tornadoes Struck South-Central Kentucky

After the severe weather that impacted our region on Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service has now confirmed that two tornadoes struck south-central Kentucky early Wednesday morning. The first tornado struck in the western portion of Butler County south of Rochester at approximately 12:35 AM CST and was on the ground for around 2 minutes. The […]

Severe Weather, Including Possible Tornadoes, Strikes South-Central Kentucky

The storm system that impacted south central Kentucky late last night into the early morning hours of today was poised to be the greatest threat for severe weather in quite some time.  In terms of the number of severe weather reports, it didn’t disappoint in that respect… The Storm Prediction Center nailed their forecast for […]

Friday Afternoon Severe Weather Update – February 24, 2017

We have the warmth already in place for severe thunderstorms thanks to those gusty southwest winds, with temperatures nearing the 80º mark across south-central Kentucky. And a quick check of the White Squirrel Weather Nestcam at WKU shows clouds on the increase as storms continue to build to the west and northwest of the area. […]

Warm Temperatures and Severe Weather the Main Topic

Real-time Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yep, warm and unseasonal is pretty much all that describes the weather around here yesterday and we’re not done with it quite yet. Forecast Summary Today: Warm weather continues with mostly sunny skies for most of the day, giving way to the potential of severe thunderstorms in the late afternoon and evening. […]