Remnants of Laura on Final Approach

Good Friday morning, Kentucky! The next 24-48 hours are about to bring active weather across the area. We have multiple threats that we are monitoring with the remnants of Laura on final approach. The National Hurricane Center issued the final advisory this morning for Tropical Depression Laura. The center of low pressure is located over […]

Heavy Rain Threat Continues

Good Friday morning, Kentucky! We are in a bit of a lull right now from the rainfall which is much needed for the area. We are still watching for more storms later this afternoon as the heavy rain threat continues. Flash Flood Watch Today The Flash Flood Watch from yesterday has been extended through Saturday […]

More Rain on the Way

Good morning, friends of WABBLES! I hope you’ve been able to stay dry out there these past few days. We’ve been hammered with downpours in some areas that have caused localized flooding and a few problems within the region. Unfortunately, I’m not going to deliver the forecast you’re wanting to here as we have more […]

A Wet and Stormy Week Ahead

Welcome to WxornotBG, everyone! Hope you had a great weekend. Over the past 48 hours, the WABBLES area has seen more than 2″ of rain, with some places seeing more than 4″! A Flash Flood Watch is still in effect until this evening, but we can expect a wet and stormy week ahead. Spotty Heavy […]

Flash Flood Watch through Monday Morning

Good Sunday Morning, WABBLES! Its a wet and stormy morning as we have rounds of showers and storm moving through the area. A lot of rain has already fallen and more is on the way as we head through our Sunday. Flash Flood Watch in effect through Monday morning. Today We have already seen some […]

Flash Flood Watch in Effect as Active Weather Approaches WABBLES Today

As we get closer to the halfway mark in February, we can’t help but look at how similar January and February 2020 is to the beginning months of 2019. This time last year, we had a January 1 to February 11 rainfall total of 8.39 inches. As of yesterday, Bowling Green has an official rainfall […]

Rain Continues Before Finally Drying Out Midweek

Good Saturday morning, everyone! I hope you all have been staying dry. We can’t seem to shake the wet weather, but there is hope that we could dry out later this week. Keep those umbrellas handy for just a few more days! Flooding Possible Today through Sunday As round after round of showers and thunderstorms […]

Rain Today, Fall Temperatures By Tomorrow

Good morning, Kentucky! We are in for another soggy day as more rain moves into the area. However, Fall temperatures will be here by tomorrow! Today you can expect the high to reach the low-80s with dew points in the low-70s. Winds will be out of the southwest around 10 mph. As for rain, there […]

Flooding Potential For Friday before Frigid Weekend

Flash Flood concerns today through Saturday; COLD air arrives for Christmas festivities. Posted by Landon Hampton on Friday, December 22, 2017 Friday Flooding Potential We start today off with a Flash Flood Watch in effect for our entire area. This runs from noon today through noon tomorrow. That’s been issued ahead of a strong frontal […]

Flood Concerns On The Rise

Cloudy skies joined warm temperatures in the mid/upper 50s today, ahead of a moisture-fied (not a real word) system that’ll put flood concerns on the rise Friday into Saturday. A low pressure system is moving northeast toward the Ohio Valley, bringing a surge of moisture along with a passing warm front. An associated cold front […]