Much Needed Rain in California

Some much needed rain is headed to parts of California, a state that is experiencing a long term historical drought. The United States Drought Monitor  shows almost have the state in an exceptional drought (the worst drought). This drought has had a big impact on the NAPA Valley and many farming communities around the state. The […]

Rainy Weather Returns to Bowling Green

Real-time Bowling Green weather radar: Today – Scattered Storms – High 86˚ / Tonight – Iso’d Showers & Storms – Low 66˚ Summer-like temperatures remain across the region this weekend, but will be accompanied by scattered showers and storms every day. While no day will be a washout, keep an umbrella handy and an eye on […]

Southern Plains Drought Relief

Much of the western U.S. stretching into the southern Great Plains have been experiencing a long term drought. But good news for the folks in Texas and Oklahoma, as rain looks to continue across the two states the next several days. Up to two inches of rain is likely in parts of Oklahoma into the […]

Cool Weather Persists

Real-time BG Radar:  Today – Scattered Showers – High 62° / Tonight – Mostly Clear – Low 44° Scattered showers will begin to move out of the region this morning, making way for a few peaks of sunshine this afternoon. The clouds will begin to clear nicely overnight. Don’t forget, the Lyrid meteor shower peaks […]

Storms to End the Week

Real-time BG Radar: Today – Iso’d Storms – High 80˚ / Tonight – Iso’d Storms – Low 66˚ Today will be somewhat similar to yesterday, just fewer storms. Spotty storms will develop, mainly later in the afternoon, with the best chances being to our north. A marginal severe threat will exist across the area today: […]

SPC Severe Weather Breakdown

As a follow-up to the article Pierce wrote about how to interpret the SPC severe weather outlooks, here is a great chart that visually explains what each color on the map means. I find this to be a very simple and helpful breakdown since so many colors and levels of risk can get confusing. This […]

Warm Up on the Way to Bowling Green

Today – Mostly Sunny – High 46˚ / Tonight – Mostly Clear – Low 26˚ Today will be quite chilly, but at least the sun will be out! Just make sure to wear a jacket, and your sunglasses. Sunday – Mostly Sunny, Clouds Late – High 58˚ / Sun Night – Showers – Low 42˚ Sunday will be mostly sunny […]

Cooler Weather Returns

Today – Partly Sunny, Cool – High 48˚ / Tonight – Mostly Clear – Low 24˚ High temperatures will fail to hit the 50 degree mark today, even with modest sunshine. Unfortunate, I know, but it could be worse. Parts of Missouri and Arkansas could actually see light snow accumulations Friday night. We will stay mostly clear […]

A Cold End to March

March started out cold and snowy and it looks like we will end the month with temperatures well below normal.   Yea, I understand you pain. Don’t worry, spring will be here before you no it. But until then, this is what you can expect. It looks like we will get a break from the […]

Spring Flood Outlook

Spring is typically one of the wettest times of the year in the Ohio Valley. With all the rain we have had recently, additional rainfall over the coming months could spawn flooding. Here is NOAA’s Spring drough outlook with a video of what to expect.   Sorry California, no drought relief in sight for you […]