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 […]

El Niño Update

I’ve received many questions over the past week pertaining to the current status of El Niño, and if we can expect any kind of impacts from it.  Well to start off, the state of this climate influencer  has made a contribution to our unseasonably cool summer.  The month of July has been very unusual in […]

El Niño Impacts On The USA

El Niño is a climate concept that occurs when the tropical Pacific Ocean waters become warmer than average.  It has been known to play a part in producing extreme weather events across the US, while also altering our climate to some degree. I know all of this weather and climate mumbo-jumbo can get confusing, but […]

Tropical Storm Karen Is Official

Earlier this morning, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) upgraded a tropical disturbance in the Gulf to Tropical Storm Karen. This system looks to make landfall Saturday – Sunday along the Gulf coast, with locations in southern Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the panhandle of Florida receiving the brunt of the impact. The image below is from […]