Afternoon Severe Weather Update

We’ve been closely monitoring this morning’s data, and not too much has changed. A severe weather event will potentially unfold this evening into tonight, with a multitude of impacts possible. Here’s your much-requested afternoon severe weather update. We’re already seeing storms that have developed to our west, and as of 2:10pm, they are making their […]

Gorgeous Today, Soggy Halloween On the Way

Good morning and Happy Halloween-Eve! We have a gorgeous day in store with a soggy Halloween on the way. Our main concern is the Flood Watch that has been issued for our area lasting from Wednesday night through Thursday night. I’ve got all the details below! A Gorgeous Day Is In Store Today will bring […]

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 […]

Thursday Afternoon Update

Good news!  As anticipated, the cloud deck in place over the area this morning has started to erode out.  This has allow beautiful conditions to take over, complete with partly sunny skies, along with temperatures ranging between the upper 60’s and low 70’s. Clearing will continue overnight and into Friday, allowing rays of sunshine and […]

Afternoon Update: Flood Watch Until 10 PM

Real time Bowling Green Weather Radar: Heavy rainfall has moved into the region this afternoon, and the National Weather Service in Louisville has issued a Flood Watch until 10 pm. This include our entire coverage area of Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmondson, Logan, Simpson and Warren counties, but also extends northeastward into central Kentucky, including Lexington and […]

Cyclone Chapala Hits Yemen

Cyclone Chapala, the first hurricane-strength storm on record in Yemen, made landfall early Tuesday morning. It was forecasted to have gusty winds, but, specifically, to bring in a massive amount of rain. According to the Capital Weather Gang, this region receives less than 4 inches of rain per year. 17 HOURS of #Chapala results in […]

Your Weather Week In Review

Here at WxOrNotBG, we have begun to implement a new post every Sunday evening previewing the week ahead. In light of that, I am going to begin posting a review of the previous week each Saturday night, highlighting the major events that occurred, etc. So, with that being said, here is your *cue awesome music* […]

Kentucky Streams and Rivers on the Rise

April 2015 has proved to be a wetter than average month across Kentucky thus far. Louisville, Lexington, and Frankfort are all on pace to become the wettest April on record and the Bowling Green Airport has already picked up nearly 6″ of rainfall through the first half of the month. All of this rainfall has […]

Keeping It Wet

This Afternoon – Showers Diminishing – High 60˚ / Tonight – Cloudy – Low 50˚ The shield of precipitation that created flooding problems across the region this morning has shifted well north of the area.  Total rainfall amounts from the past 24 hours across the area ranged between 1 – 3″.   There were a […]

Severe Weather Afternoon Update

*Flash Flood Watch for Butler & Edmonson County thru early Friday morning* Temperature values have climbed into the lower 80s across south central Kentucky, thanks to warm, moisture rich air streaming in from the southwest: This has destabilized our atmosphere, which currently resides with CAPE (storm fuel) values of ~2,000j/kg (more than enough to support […]