Active Weather Pattern Continues Into the Weekend

Good Wednesday morning, folks, and thank you for visiting wxornotBG! It has been a soggy start to the week across the Commonwealth. With yesterday’s rainfall measurement of 0.48 inches, we have now recorded at least a trace of rainfall everyday since last Friday (May 15). However, our rainfall total for May so far is only […]

Soggy Friday Leads to a Record Cold Weekend

This week has been a fairly nondescript one weatherwise. After early week rainfall, we settled into a calmer pattern down the homestretch…but Mother Nature has other plans as we head into the weekend. That’s right, rain returning on a soggy Friday leads to a record cold weekend. Low Pressure Leads to Rain Showers have overspread […]

Below Normal Temperatures Stay Around for WABBLES

Good Wednesday morning folks! After what was a warm start to May, yesterday was the first day of cooler temperatures. Unfortunately, this trend of below normal temperatures will stay around for WABBLES. Decreasing Clouds for Today Taking a look at current radar, we can see light rain showers are exiting the WABBLES region. Luckily for […]

Temperatures Stay Below Normal

Yesterday’s high temperature only reached 48ºF, making it the coolest day since March 16, when it was also 48ºF. Normal temperatures for mid April in Bowling Green is around 70ºF, so we were well below normal. While it looks like we will be mostly dry and sunny through Friday, we should remain rather cool as […]

Easter Weekend Starts Chilly and Ends Soggy

It was a cool Thursday for much of WABBLES after Wednesday night’s cold front ushered in well below average temperatures for the region. Fortunately, it also ushered in beautiful sunny skies. There are definitely more of both on the way before rain moves back into the picture to finish off the weekend. That’s right, Easter […]

Quiet Weather Returns to WABBLES

We have been stuck in an active pattern for the start of the year, with a February 1 to 18 rainfall total of 5.03 inches, which is 2.46 inches above normal. Since January 1, we have received 9.79 inches of rain, which is 3.61 inches above normal. Luckily we will finally see a break as […]

Chilly and Damp Saturday

Good morning folks and welcome to wxornotBG! The weekend is finally here, and I hope you’re enjoying it. After a dreary end to the work week, those overcast clouds and rain chances stick around for a chilly and damp Saturday. Much Cooler than Normal The cold front that’s responsible for these rain showers has passed […]

Clear and Cool Conditions Before Rain Chances Return

Greetings, everyone! We’ve made it over the hump. It’s almost the weekend and we have a beautiful one in store. I have to keep reminding myself it’s June and not October with these cool, fall-like temperatures! They’ll stick around for a little bit longer before changes come our way. We’ll enjoy these clear and cool […]

Midweek Sunshine Gives Way to Late Week Storms

It’s been a pretty beautiful week so far with a cool Monday and an equally beautiful but warmer Tuesday. We keep the warm weather for your Wednesday but that midweek sunshine gives way to late week storms. Warm and Windy Wednesday The warmth of Tuesday meets a bit of windiness as we turn the calendar […]

Weather Across the Nation

A wide array of weather is occurring across the lower 48. Take a look at some of the weather highlights over the last day. Flooding in Memphis this morning Pool expansion… RT @spencerdentonwx: Lauren Squires sent this pic of her backyard in Bartlett. pic.twitter.com/T4L2VojtIz #memflood #tnwx — MemphisWeather.net (@memphisweather1) September 11, 2014 Total Rainfall 8:34 […]