Winter Weather Advisory Issued For South Central Kentucky

In response to growing confidence regarding a wintry mix impacting the region overnight, The NWS has a Winter Weather Advisory issued for south central Kentucky. The advisory is currently in place, and will lasts through 6am Monday morning. Only light accumulations, if any, are anticipated, however, with temperatures falling 4-6˚ below freezing (we’re already in […]

Dry, Cold Thanksgiving Week

We escaped yesterday’s severe weather with a few scrapes, but luckily, at this point in time, no significant damage has been reported in our immediate area. The NWS Louisville office will be conducting three storm surveys today, in Ohio, Meade and Bullitt County. Peak wind gusts around our vicinity topped out between the mid 40s […]

Tornadoes Confirmed in Kentucky

Yesterday, July 14th, the National Weather Service in Louisville conducted a storm survey across three counties in south central Kentucky. Their findings were released earlier this afternoon in a public information statement. #Tornadoes confirmed in Green County (EF-1), Adair County (EF-0), and Cumberland County (EF-0) from Monday’s storms. #kywx — NWS Louisville (@NWSLouisville) July 15, […]

NWS Louisville Storm Surveys

Strong to severe storms were seen across much of Kentucky yesterday. These storms left behind a swath of storm reports across the northern part of the state and in southern Indiana. The SPC storm report map for yesterday shows tornado reports in red, damaging wind reports in blue, and hail reports in green. Folks from […]

Wild Weather Week in Kentucky Recap

Not only did the entire state of Kentucky see a significant winter storm last Monday, but all sorts of weather impacted the region last week.   Much of south central Kentucky saw 8 to 12 inches of snow with the winter storm last week. There were even some reports of 14 inches in central Kentucky. […]

NWS Rainfall Maps

Check out these rainfall maps from NWS Lousville showing one-day and three-day rainfall totals in our area. Check out the three-day totals map which shows a broad area of rainfall totals around 2-3″ as of 7 A.M. CST. As of 8:00 P.M. CST, we have seen an additional 0.41″ of precipitation at the Bowling Green […]

Meteorological Fall Begins Today

Even though astronomical fall does not begin until September 22, today is the beginning of meteorological fall. What’s the difference? The seasons we are accustomed to seeing on calendars are known as the astronomical seasons, which are based on the Earth’s orbit of the Sun. Astronomical fall marks the day that both the northern and southern hemispheres see an equal […]