Rain and Storms to Dominate the Weekend

wxornotBG Scattered showers continue today; FLOODING and SEVERE weather slated for this weekend. Posted by Landon Hampton on Friday, February 23, 2018 Mother Nature doesn’t know when to say when with the rain chances continuing through the morning hours today and that’s setting up for rain and storms to dominate the weekend. Rain Remains Friday […]

Mild Christmas Week Ahead

A damp, dreary start to Christmas Week; winter weather shenanigans. Posted by Landon Hampton on Monday, December 18, 2017 Foggy Start to a Mild-ish Day A quick glance from Windy’s Nest at WKU shows fog firmly in place as you head out the door this morning. Give yourself some extra time on the way to […]

Summer… Not Quite Over Yet

The Headlines The calendar may say September and meteorology may say it’s fall but it looks like nobody told Mother Nature because she’s making up for Irma’s seemingly extended stay this past week with a little dose of summer. The Details Irma finally fell apart and drifted away leaving us with sunny skies to finish […]

A Break in The Weather Monotony Has Arrived

Hey, folks! I am back and am ready to roll into this forecast and upcoming forecasts. I am excited to be back from Colorado this past week, but honestly? I miss the weather there already! It was awesome. You ever heard of ‘dry heat’? They had similar temps to us all week (low to mid […]

Another Muggy Day on Friday Leads to Great Weekend

wxornotBG 7/7/17: Hot & humid today, strong storms possible this evening; immaculate weekend follows! Publicado por Landon Hampton em Sexta, 7 de julho de 2017 Forecast Discussion Sooo… anybody a fan of this recent muggy and stormy weather? Well, I have good news and I have bad news. The good news is that it won’t […]

Gloomy Weather Continuing Through Monday

Real Time Radar Yesterday’s Weather I feel like the past several days have been terribly gloomy, but I also feel like it has been like that for a while. We tend to get in these ruts in which clouds and cooler temperatures dominate the weather in an annoying tandem. I mean, yesterday’s low was hit […]

Fog Fills the Grand Canyon

Thursday, a sea of fog filled the Grand Canyon. This rare phenomenon occurred as a result of total temperature inversion, which is the increase of temperature with height. Cold air was trapped at the base of the canyon and was topped by warm air; enough low-level moisture was available Thursday for fog to develop. Fog […]

ACC Championship Game Delayed by Fireworks

The ACC Championship Game for football was played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC tonight. The ACC decided to set off some pregame fireworks inside the stadium. Smoke from the fireworks stuck around longer than expected and actually delayed the start of tonight’s game. Waiting for the fireworks smoke to clear… #ACCFCG pic.twitter.com/1FzMozdyxc […]