Mild Temperatures Now, Colder Air on the Way

Warm Today   WPC Surface Analysis valid today – Saturday Warmish weather will remain in play today ahead of another weak cold front. This front will push through today, bringing some rain chances with it. Highs for today will still be in the low 60’s under mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers possible. Hi-res NAM […]

Climate Prediction Center Issues July Outlook

Yesterday, the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) issued their outlook for temperatures and precipitation for the month of July. The CPC does this on a monthly basis for full months, but they forecast for seasons, and give outlooks for 6-10 days and 8-14 days. The CPC looks at a variety of things for these extended outlooks, […]

Taking a Look Back at April 2015

We are all familiar with the phrase, “April showers bring May flowers,” and I believe that this saying held very true in April this year. The Bowling Green Airport received an impressive 9.08″ of rainfall during the month which officially makes it the 4th wettest April on record in Bowling Green. Impressive rainfall was also […]

A Quick Warm Up Before Winter Returns

We have been stuck in a cold bubble for the past 10 days or so. However, a brief warm up is in store. The Climate Prediction Center has updated their climate outlook to be cooler than originally anticipated, but still much warmer than what we have seen. The next 6 to 10 days will feature near […]

Climate Update

Here is a look at the precipitation and temperature trends over the next two weeks. The Climate Prediction Center has updated there 6-10 day and 8-14  day outlooks. Much cooler than normal temperatures and near normal precipitation looks to be in store over the next week.     By week 2, warmer air returns as the […]

Big Warm-Up Expected in Western U.S.

The well advertised Bering Sea storm has been making headlines all week for its current and expected impacts across North America. One of the biggest impacts from this storm will be its influence with the jet stream as the area of low pressure will help a large upper-level trough settle over much of the U.S. […]

Meteorological Fall Begins Today

Even though astronomical fall does not begin until September 22, today is the beginning of meteorological fall. What’s the difference? The seasons we are accustomed to seeing on calendars are known as the astronomical seasons, which are based on the Earth’s orbit of the Sun. Astronomical fall marks the day that both the northern and southern hemispheres see an equal […]

August Heat Being Felt Across Eastern U.S.

The August heat we have been seeing over the past few days is impacting other locations as well. Check out all the heat advisories in place across the eastern U.S., everywhere shaded in pink is under an advisory and the area of pink in St. Louis is an excessive heat warning. Around Kentucky, heat advisory […]