I had the privilege of joining Andrew Dockery on WNKY’s BG Today Show earlier this week. Here is part 1 of a 2 part interview, in which we discuss the second severe weather season.
A slow moving complex of storms has lead to serious flooding in eastern Kentucky this evening. Rainfall rates reached an estimated 2-3″ per hour in localized areas according to radar and observations. This has led to several flood advisories and warnings being issued. We’re all too familiar with flooding issues here in Bowling Green, as […]
Friday – Increasing Clouds, Iso’d Showers – High 59 / Fri Night – Mostly Cloudy, Low 46 7am 35 ~ 10am 47 ~ 1pm 55 ~ 4pm 58 ~ 7pm 50 A mid level shortwave will track near the region today, which will cause cloud coverage to increase, as southerly winds of 5-10mph occupy south central Kentucky. […]
“Why do you storm chase?” This is a question I am asked all too often, and rightfully so. Weather is a majestic mystery to the vast majority of the public. This encapsulates people to want to learn more, and for similar reasons, I take the risks involved with chasing more often than not. The average Joe’s […]