Guess What? It is Going to Rain!

Good Sunday morning, folks! I hope everyone has had a fantastic week, and is enjoying the weekend. So, guess what? It is going to rain! I know you are thrilled with the news, so lets hop on into the forecast. Soggy Sunday You may already be thinking, “Well, no duh Pierce it is going to […]

Storm Chances Lead Into Cooler Weather

Good Sunday morning, folks! Hope everyone has been having a wonderful weekend. Most of us are waking up to a clap of thunder and some rain out there. Expect this to continue as storm chances lead into cooler weather this week. Sunday Umbrella = Necessary You’ll notice that, as I write this and you read […]

A Typical Summer Time Pattern Returns

Happy Saturday morning, folks! I hope everyone is doing great this morning, and is ready to get this weekend off to a great start! Unfortunately, a typical summertime pattern returns to the region, bringing hot weather and a chance at storms. Oppressive Heat and Humidity are Here I’m gonna split this post up into a […]

Harvey’s Rain Continues Today

wxornotBG 9/1/17: Major FLOODING concerns are unfolding across the region. Dikirim oleh Landon Hampton pada 1 September 2017 The Headlines Without a doubt, the big thing on our radar today is what remains of Harvey. The Low Pressure Formerly Known As Hurricane Tropical Storm Tropical Depression Harvey continues it’s slow march into the Ohio Valley, bringing […]

Houston, TX Sees Wild Weather This Morning

This morning, Houston, Texas saw one crazy flooding event. Many areas saw upwards of 6 inches of rain in less than an 8 hour period, with rain falling in the 1-2″ per hour range at times. Talk about localized. Hobby Airport with 0.07″ of rain, downtown (~8 miles) with 6.76″. #houwx #txwx pic.twitter.com/6SrBBCiZ2G — Chris […]

What Happened in Louisiana Last Week?

Natural disasters don’t happen every day, but they aren’t too uncommon. You’ll get tornadoes that strike towns, and produce terrible damage. Flash flooding effects a small town, much like the event in Maryland a few weeks ago. A snow event will effect a portion of the country, but not significantly, etc. But events like last week’s […]

Storm Chances Increasing for Bowling Green Weather

Real-Time Bowling Green Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday had some of the best weather we have seen in a few weeks. With northerly flow behind a weak front, we saw a drier airmass settle over SoKY and much of the western part of the state. My forecast for yesterday on Sunday wasn’t very good, but Jacob […]

Opinion: Flash Flooding Needs to Be Severe Criteria

I think people are way too critical of National Weather Service official criteria. Some say “Why don’t you issue warnings for 30 mph winds,” while others say, “I will not acknowledge a warning for a storm that is not of that strength!” It goes on and on with the nitpicking, ridiculous suggestions and opinions that aren’t […]

WxRecap: It Rained A Lot

There was a fairly widespread event today for Bowling Green Weather, so I will do a quick recap on today’s events across the region. We were established within ridge across the eastern portion of the United States, but within the northern portion of that, a mesoscale convective system (MCS) was able to develop and move […]

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 […]