Breezy Today, Cold Snap Coming

Wind Advisory Begins at Noon Good morning south-central KY.  The National Weather Service has issued an advisory for 40-45 mph wind gusts, so nail down the trampolines!  While reaching a high in the mid-60’s, prepare for conditions to be breezy today, cold snap coming overnight, and a chance of flurries later this week. Temperatures this […]

Holy Hail

Large hail impacted the northern tier of our coverage area this afternoon, as a potent multi-cell cluster congealed into one beast of a storm that impacted Butler and Edmonson County.  Here’s a look at the hailstones that fell, which ranged from dime to baseball size: Impressive hail indicated by radar just N of Morgantown; headed […]

Hundreds of Drivers Stranded with Latest Winter Storm

Numerous drivers are stranded on roads across Kentucky due to the latest winter storm dropping up to TWO FEET of snow. Vehicles are having to be shoveled out from all the snow on Interstate 65. Governor Steve Beshear  has declared a statewide emergency to help counties recover. Storm Recap: Here is a map of the observed […]

Kentucky Snowfall

A wide variety of wintry precipitation fell across the region on Friday and Friday night and most locations picked up decent snow accumulations. Warren County received anywhere from 0.5″-2″ of snow overnight. Roads are completely covered here in N. Warren County. Last of snow is falling now. #kywx @WxOrNotBG @NBC40_weather — Chris Johnson (@ChrisJohnsonWX) January […]

Rare Moonbow Captured in Butler County

Melinda Keown of Butler Country captured photos of  a rare moonbow last night in southern Kentucky. A moonbow, also known as a “lunar rainbow”, is similar to a rainbow but is created by moonlight rather than direct sunlight. Moonbows are extremely rare because multiple factors must come into play for one to occur: The moon […]

Snow Today, Severe Weather One Year Ago

While a large number of locations across Kentucky saw their first snowfall of the season overnight and this morning, just one year ago we were dealing with one of the largest November severe weather outbreaks across the state. An EF1 tornado moved though Hunstville in western Butler County. There was ne minor injury that occurred in a double wide […]

Thursday Morning Weather Update

Real-Time Bowling Green Weather Radar: Today 10/1 – Increasing Clouds; Warm – High 90º / Thu Night – Cloudy; Thunderstorms Likely – Low 66º 6am 56º – 9am 74º – 12pm 84º – 3pm 89º – 6pm 82º Good morning, temperatures are currently in the middle to upper 50s in Warren and Butler counties. These cool […]

Record Setting August (Almost)

Storms moved through Warren County during the late afternoon hours yesterday and prompted a severe thunderstorm warning as well as a flash flood warning. As the storm passed over the city, 1.16″ of rainfall was recorded at the Bowling Green Airport. This was able to bring our monthly rainfall total up to 9.26″,  which is just […]

Late August Heat Continues

Real Time Bowling Green Weather Radar: This Afternoon – Partly Cloudy,  Isolated Thunderstorms – High 90° / Tonight – Partly Cloudy; Muggy – Low 70° Good afternoon, the upper-level ridge  that has brought us a dose of late August heat and humidity will continue will continue to dominate our weather over the next few days. Currently, […]

Updated August Rainfall Totals

The showers and storms that impacted southern Kentucky last night produced 0.17″ of rainfall at the Bowling Green Airport. This precipitation has bumped up Bowling Green’s monthly total to 7.45″ for August. This was enough to move this month up to the sixth all time wettest August in Bowling Green. August 1)   9.34”     1926 2)  8.73”     1923 3)  8.36”     2005 4) […]