Flash Flooding Possible West of Bowling Green

Quite a bit of rainfall is forecast west of Bowling Green over the next few days. This has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Flash Flood Watch for counties in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Low to mid-level winds will be out of the south. This will provide […]

Pineapple Express Helps to Alleviate California Drought

Portions of the western United States are in desperate need of rainfall but January offered little to no drought relief in California. Check out this map illustrating radar-estimated rainfall totals during the month of January. Areas shaded in green and blue saw less than two inches of monthly rainfall. If you thought the Bowling Green bubble […]

Deep South Seeing Extreme Rainfall Amounts

While there have not been any significant weather events in the Ohio Valley during the month of December, many locations along the Gulf Coast have seen multiple rounds of heavy rainfall over the past several weeks. Check out this map illustrating the percentage of normal precipitation over the past two weeks: Anywhere you see cooler […]

Rare Flash Flood Watch in Southern California

It’s not often we see flooding problems in southern California. Today, the NWS office in San Diego issued a flash flood watch for most of the region.   Check out the official text from the watch: * SHOWERS POSSIBLE THROUGH THIS AFTERNOON. * HEAVY RAINFALL RATES OF ONE-HALF INCH PER HOUR OR MORE IN THE […]

Flooding Now a Concern in Buffalo

Now that the lake-effect snow event is over for places like Buffalo, flooding is the next concern for areas that were pounded with heavy snow. Temperatures are expected to rise above freezing in Buffalo and remain that way until Tuesday while rain moves in this weekend. The combination of melting snow pack and rainfall will […]

Remnants of Hurricane Odile Causing Flooding Problems

Hurricane Odile was plowing through the eastern Pacific several days ago before making landfall in Baja California. Now the remnants of Odile have moved into the southwest U.S. where the weakening disturbance is causing enough spin in the atmosphere to produce widespread rainfall throughout the region. Check out the current hazards in the southwest, counties […]

Monsoon Brings Rain Chances to Southwest U.S.

Flash flood watches are in effect for most the southwest U.S. as an area of surface low pressure over Nevada will allow for southerly winds to pull monsoonal moisture in this region. Check out the latest advisory map from the NWS showing a large area of counties shaded in dark green which indicates a flash […]

Severe Weather Afternoon Update

Tornado Watch is in effect until 7 PM CST this evening. Good afternoon, severe weather is still on tap for this afternoon and we remain under a Tornado Watch until 7pm tonight. Here is a look at the latest Day 1 Wind Outlook from the SPC which continues to show a 15% chance of damaging […]