Wet Start to Fall

Good morning y’all, and happy Monday. Hope you all had a great weekend and are ready for the week. The overall forecast for this week will continue the wet start to fall, and temperatures are expected to range in the 70s. Flash Flood Watch A flash flood watch remains in effect due to a slow-moving […]

Lingering Showers Diminishing

Rounds of scattered showers & storms have plagued south central Kentucky today, however, we should see showers diminish in coverage as we progress through the remainder of this afternoon into this evening.  Stout winds of 15 to 30mph will be possible during this time, thanks to a tightening pressure gradient across the region. Gradual clearing […]

Winter Storm Watch Issued

The National Weather Service in Louisville has issued a Winter Storm Watch for portions of south central Kentucky from 6pm Sunday evening through 12am Tuesday.  Counties included in the Winter Storm Watch include Allen, Barren, Butler, Logan, Simpson and Warren.   This watch is in response to a system that is expected to impact the […]

SNOWMAHGAWD Talk

This Afternoon – Sunny & Mild – High 42˚ / Tonight – Clear – Low 28˚ We’ve been under the influence of high pressure today, which has resulted in mostly sunny skies across south central Kentucky.  Much of the same can be expected through the remainder of the afternoon, as highs top out around 40˚. […]

Tornado Watch Issued

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for Butler, Warren and surrounding counties in south central Kentucky until midnight.  A strong frontal system continues to progress our way from the west, with a potent squall line organizing out ahead of it.  As this line of storms approaches and tracks east across the area, […]

Severe Threat Continues Overnight

The severe weather threat for southern Kentucky will continue overnight.  The Storm Prediction Center recently updated their outlook.  They have kept all of south central Kentucky in a ‘Slight (think enhanced) Risk’ of severe weather through early tomorrow morning: Our atmosphere remains juiced with ingredients that support strong convection.  A boundary is currently sweeping east […]

Holy Hail

Strong storms impacted the region today, a few of which reached severe criteria. Check out this footage of the hail producers from afar, courtesy of Dr. Joshua Durkee and the WKU CHAOS drone: 10.06.14 – Strong Convection Over Bowling Green, KY. from Landon Hampton on Vimeo. Torrential rainfall, violent lightning and potent winds were felt […]

Cold Temperatures This Morning

The first true cold air mass of the fall season has settled over a large portion of the United States and we saw some impressive low temperatures for early October overnight. Check out the low temperatures across the state this morning from the Kentucky mesonet: Temperatures dropped to 41º at both mesonet sites in Warren county […]

Strong Storms Possible Today

Real Time Regional Radar:   Today 8/19 – Isolated Thunderstorms – High 90° / Tonight – Strong Thunderstorms – Low 73° If you’re an early commuter, keep your eyes peeled this morning…dense fog has enveloped much of the region. Today’s weather will bring some more warm, humid conditions to the region. We’ll be placed in the […]