WxRecap: Wednesday, April 5 Severe Thunderstorms

  Wednesday was a fairly active severe weather day across not only our area, but much of the east and southeastern portion of the country. In fact, Wednesday had the greatest potential for major severe weather we have seen in quite awhile. We escaped major destructive weather but that doesn’t mean we didn’t see some […]

Severe Weather Possible Again Tomorrow

Posted by Landon Hampton on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Discussion Well, this is looking like one doozy of a forecast across the region. What has changed, though!? Today looks really nice actually. We are looking at mostly sunny skies for the majority of the day, with some clouds creeping in here by this evening. Highs […]

Thursday Severe Weather Update

12:15PM Midday Severe Weather Update Posted by Landon Hampton on Thursday, March 30, 2017 Threats: The greatest severe weather threats associated with this system are damaging winds, hail, and torrential rain. The possibility of isolated tornadoes is also on the table, but the threat is low. With the possibility of torrential rain also comes the […]

Southeast Braces for Severe Weather

We usually think of January as a cold and snowy month, not so in the southeast where they’re in line for rounds of severe weather throughout the weekend. A potent low pressure system moving through the southern United States will touch off thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds, large hail and even isolated tornadoes. In […]

Midday Update: Severe Weather Threat Increasing

As I mentioned this morning in the forecast post, a severe weather threat looked to be in the works this evening as a powerful cold front moves into the region. Well, with the help of southwesterly flow (aka warm air advection), this is looking more likely right now. As a matter of fact, the SPC […]

A Technical Discussion of the June 29, 2012 Derecho

Four years ago today, one of the more infamous derechoes in recorded meteorological history formed. This formed across northern Illinois and northern Indiana, and raced southeastward across the northern fringe of an intense surface high pressure system. This was an absolutely classic derecho, and was one of the more destructive events in recent memory, and […]

Active Bowling Green Weather Continues

Real-time Bowling Green Weather Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday’s weather was fairly interesting, as a cold front pushed into and through the region, leading to some strong to isolated severe thunderstorms. There was a weak shear profile in place, leading to a lack of organization of the storms, and thus, weaker storms. Temps were warm before […]

Father’s Day’s Bowling Green Weather

Real time Bowling Green Weather Radar: Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday was actually fairly awesome. It wasn’t too hot, wasn’t too cold, and plus, my forecast from Friday was right on. We saw Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies, and a high of 89°F. With low humidity, you can’t get any better than that, right? Forecast Summary […]

WxRecap: Severe Thunderstorms Struck the Region

As was predicted this morning, and has been for the past few days, severe weather struck the region this afternoon and evening. It was a difficult forecast, but it panned out as I expected. It wasn’t world ending, but it did give us some issues, and caused some damage across the region. The atmosphere was […]

Stormier Bowling Green Weather on the Way

Real-time Bowling Green Weather Radar: Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday’s weather was, again, very warm out. But also: it was ridiculously humid. This led to a miserable day outside, which made being out in it miserable as well. I will say, I am very happy about that for one reason: my forecast was spot on! We had […]