Second Wave of Ice Storm Approaching

Good Thursday Morning WABBLES! The Ice Storm we have long been talking about is finally underway. The second wave of said Ice Storm is set to move through the area shortly. Let’s take a look at what to expect today and with the coming days! Today The impacts from the ice storm are already being […]

Statewide Ice Storm Will Have Significant Impacts

Good morning, everyone! Not expecting the title? If so, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Today’s post will be packed with information on the statewide ice storm that is to come as well as what impacts are to follow. What to Prepare For This morning, showers will begin to move into our area, remaining relatively […]

8th Anniversary of Historic Ice Storm

Hard to believe, especially with the weather we’ve had recently, but 8 years ago today, the area was being hit with the worst ice storm many have ever experienced. Then-Kentucky Governor Steven L. Besmear called it “the biggest natural disaster in modern Kentucky history.” People were left without power for days, some even for weeks. […]

12th Anniversary of Historic Winter Storm

We don’t get many white Christmases around South-Central Kentucky but the year of 2004 was a big exception but instead of a beautiful snowy scene it caused a huge meteorological headache for the entire region. A winter storm is bad enough in the middle of winter but during the biggest shopping and traveling time of the year […]

The Impact of Extreme Weather Events On Young Weather Enthusiasts

I know, super-long title this morning, but this is something I’ve felt like writing lately. Extreme weather events have a big impact on young weather enthusiasts. And, I can provide proof of this. When a young weather enthusiast endures an extreme weather event, it will introduce bias to that enthusiast. When future extreme weather events […]