More Snow Followed By Gelid Air

Sunny and cold today; more SNOW possible Monday. Posted by Landon Hampton on Sunday, 14 January 2018 Road conditions in many locations have improved compared to this time Saturday, however, temperatures falling to the single-digits overnight have inevitably kept travel hazardous this morning. Sunshine will join highs in the upper 20s today, before achieving the […]

Weather Whirlwind In Store

It’s a warm start in the 60s for south central Kentucky this morning, thanks to strong winds pouring in out of the south. We’re already experiencing gusts exceeding 25 mph. This will take temps to the mid/upper 60s by early afternoon. Roller Coaster Ride Initiated Southerly winds will continue to increase through morning, with gusts […]

Kentucky Streams and Rivers on the Rise

April 2015 has proved to be a wetter than average month across Kentucky thus far. Louisville, Lexington, and Frankfort are all on pace to become the wettest April on record and the Bowling Green Airport has already picked up nearly 6″ of rainfall through the first half of the month. All of this rainfall has […]

Flooding in Louisville

While those of us in Bowling Green may feel as if we’ve had our fair share of rain the past two days, it does not begin to compare to the weather Louisville has received. Pictures of the flooding in Louisville were plastered all over social media sites and news stations beginning this morning, in what […]

Cool Features From NWS Louisville

While there are many issues that need to be resolved within the National Weather Service’s (NWS) warning and forecast dissemination system. However, we often overlook many of the cool features that are featured within the NWS’ web pages. Because it is local, I will be highlighting some of the cooler features that the NWS Louisville offers […]

Eastern Kentucky Storm Reports

The folks from NWS Louisville were not the only ones out conducting storm surveys today. Severe storms also impacted Eastern Kentucky, and storm surveys from NWS Jackson revealed two tornadoes in Bath County. As storms moved over the county yesterday, two separate EF-1 tornadoes moved over Bath County. The first tornado impacted the town of Sharpsburg […]

Possible Tornadoes Across Kentucky

The NWS is sending out damage survey teams today to portions of north central and eastern Kentucky after a series of intense storms impacted the region yesterday.   Today we’re surveying damage in northern Kentucky to determine if any tornadoes touched down there yesterday. — NWS Wilmington OH (@NWSILN) October 8, 2014 >80 severe […]

EF-1 Tornado Confirmed In Clinton County

In the wake of yesterdays severe storms, significant damage was reported in Clinton County.  Many of us experienced loads of hail that downed limbs and leaves, however, this damage was more significant.  The following video was posted on Facebook by Amanda Bray yesterday evening, displaying what appears to be a funnel/tornado taking place near Wolf […]

Hail Reports Already in Louisville

Severe weather is anticipated across portions of Kentucky today stretching south through Tennessee. Louisville is right on the northern edge of the slight risk for severe storms and has already had multiple reports of nickel to quarter size hail. Bowling Green will see the possibility for hail throughout the afternoon as storms begin to develop […]