Great Weather Thru Monday; Irma Lurks

Happy Saturday, fellow south central Kentuckians!  After a work week of (mostly) incredible weather, the weekend will follow suit.  With that being said, you’ll need to soak it in while you can, before the spirit of Hurricane Irma impacts the area next week. It’s another cool start for us across the entire region (see map […]

This Weather is Flat Out Awesome

wxornotBG 8/25/17: Beautiful weather, Hurricane Harvey, storm chances next week…we're covering all the bases this morning! Publicado por Landon Hampton em Sexta, 25 de agosto de 2017 The Headline Well, there are certainly two headlines right now. The first is what the title infers about our weather. It is has been unbelievably awesome for August. We have […]

Tropical Storm Cindy to Bring Us Heavy Rain

wxornotBG 6/21/17: Hot & humid today, with heavy rain concerns leading to potential flooding Thursday into Friday. Publicado por Landon Hampton em Quarta, 21 de junho de 2017 Just as a prequel to our weather over the next several days, Tropical Storm Cindy formed in the central Gulf of Mexico yesterday afternoon. She currently has […]

Tropical Storm Matthew Forms

This morning, Tropical Storm Matthew got off to a strong start. A former tropical wave who has been watched closely and been forecast to develop into a Hurricane in the Caribbean, Matthew finally closed off his surface circulation this morning. During his tropical wave days, Matthew took his time developing, but even yesterday (without a closed […]

The Week in Tropical Weather

I have come to the conclusion that I post way too much about the tropics. I am no expert in tropical meteorology, I wouldn’t even call myself an amateur. Tropical Meteorology is a much different animal than mid-latitude meteorology, and as such, it is difficult for me to apply my knowledge of mid-latitude meteorology to […]

The Tropical Season in the Pacific is Heating up

The Tropical Pacific has been unusually quiet over the past…well, several months. The western Pacific has tropical systems form and roll generally throughout the year, but they hadn’t had a tropical system since December. That is anomalously rare. #Himawari rapid scan view of Tropical Storm #Nepartak, 1st TS in the NW Pacific since December pic.twitter.com/KUZriJQrUC […]

Tropical Storm Colin Forms Over The Weekend

Over the weekend, Tropical Storm Colin formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico. He was named yesterday afternoon, and became the earliest “C” named storm on record in the Atlantic. Much of the model guidance had been showing a system forming in the southern Gulf, and heading for the coast of Florida as we headed […]

Tropical Depression Two Forms Over The Atlantic

Yesterday afternoon, Tropical Depression Two formed off the coast of the Carolinas in the Atlantic ocean. The system was fairly weak, and still is. It currently has winds of 35 mph and 1009 mb, but is expected to strengthen into a Tropical Storm later today. When I saw that this was Tropical Depression Two, I was […]