Since this morning’s blog post, the severe weather threat across the region has increased substantially, with mesoscale models showing discrete supercells developing this evening to our southwest. As you can see above, the SPC has placed us in an Enhanced Risk for severe weather, with a Moderate Risk to our northwest. The ingredients look to […]
Real-Time Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday was probably ten times nicer than I expected it to be in any scenario. I didn’t see clouds clearing out as quickly as they did, so I was completely wrong on the forecast. I mean, you win some, you lose some, right? Oh well. Forecast Summary Today: Mostly cloudy, with […]
We’re focusing on the possibility of THREE rounds of strong/severe storms today through early Wednesday. A variety of threats will come along with this very complex weather maker. Details included in this morning’s vlog:
Real-Time Radar Yesterday’s Weather After an extremely long stretch of temperatures being well above average, yesterday’s temperatures finally didn’t top the average. We saw a high of 51 degrees yesterday, which is exactly where we are supposed to be for February. That sunshine definitely made the cooler temperatures feel more pleasant overall. Today: Showers in […]
Scattered rain showers this morning give way to drier conditions this afternoon. We’re monitoring Tuesday & Wednesday closely, as we could see not ONE, but TWO rounds of strong/severe storms.
Real-Time Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday was the one non-spring day that we have had lately, but to be honest? I feel like it felt like early spring yesterday. I never really know what to make of weather like this. Friday was in the Eighties. That is simply incredible. Now, yesterday was a sold 25-40 degrees cooler […]
Real-time Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday was crazy in terms of temperatures. Bowling Green had a record high of 81 degrees occurring at 2:00pm! It’s February and our temperatures are in the 80’s; I’m still trying to warm up to that idea (sorry, bad pun)! Via Giphy.com Forecast Summary Today: Decreasing clouds, then partly sunny with […]
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. […]
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. […]
Brisk, southerly winds may take highs to the 80˚+ mark this afternoon (SAY WHAAA!?!), before the possibility of severe storms materializes this evening.