Your Guide to Precip Types

For anyone who has lived in this state for more than 5 years, they understand how insane the weather is here. We live in one of the most difficult states to forecast weather in, and normal weather here is almost something of a gift. This is especially true when it comes to winter weather around […]

The Cold’s Grip Continues

Real-time BG radar: Today: Cold and sunny, high of 28ºF. Tonight: Increasing clouds, low of 22ºF. How long has it been cold? It feels like forever since I have felt the warmth.  We are likely starting this day off in the upper single digits and lower teens as another arctic high pressure system moved into […]

Winter Weather Terms

Do you know your winter weather terms? Here is a list of winter weather definitions from NOAA to help you be best prepared for the upcoming winter. Winter Storm Warning: Issued when hazardous winter weather in the form of heavy snow, heavy freezing rain, or heavy sleet is imminent or occurring. Winter Storm Warnings are usually […]

Winter Plasters The South

States located along the coast from Texas to the Carolinas have been impacted by a wicked winter storm.  Several precipitation types ranging from sleet to freezing rain & snow have caused quite the impact on travel. A large portion of the south has suffered through ridiculous driving conditions for much of the day, with the […]

Anniversary of the 2009 Ice Storm

5 years ago, during the early morning hours of January 27th, 2009, a heavy wintry mix tracked across western and central Kentucky.  This weather maker produced significant ice accumulations across the state.  Check out this graphic from the Louisville NWS for a better idea of what parts of the state were impacted the hardest: This winter […]