Roller Coaster Pattern This Week

Sunny & cold today; warm up Wednesday. Rain to snow transition possible Thursday into Friday. Posted by Landon Hampton on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 Cold Tuesday Well, we have awoken to chilly temps across the region. Some of us also have some low level clouds, but those are anticipated to clear out soon. Those clouds […]

Wind Intensifies Tonight; Rain Arrives Saturday

Low level fog this morning lifted out to thick cloud cover, which made way to plentiful sunshine as we progressed into midday. We’ve recovered nicely temperature wise this afternoon, with highs near 60˚. Winds Picking Up A tightening pressure gradient will cause wind speeds to increase through this evening into tonight. Gusts will top out […]

Much Quieter Weather Week In Store

Discussion Well, how nice did yesterday end up!? My goodness; we wake up to frost and freezing temps and warm well into the 60s during the afternoon hours. The official high temp was 68°F, which was a 33°F increase from the low of 35°F! Expect temps to warm even further than that today and really […]

Bowling Green Weather is Still Very Hot

Real-time Bowling Green Weather Radar Yesterday’s Weather Well, as we had well predicted for a few days, the weather yesterday truly got hot! Our high was 90 degrees, and it was just hot out. Luckily, dewpoints weren’t too high yet, so that kept the weather from being worse than it was. That is coming, folks. […]

Crazy Weather To Continue

Real-Time BG Radar: Today: Mostly sunny, with a high of 65°F. Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy, with a chance of showers late. Lows around 49°F.  The pattern that we have been apart of recently has been really wild, and really active. Just looks at the wind gusts across the region yesterday! This is all crazy. […]

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 […]

Meridional Flow

Spring is officially here, however someone forgot to tell that to Mother Nature. We remain under a very active pattern as we continue into late March and early April. This is because we are in a meridional flow pattern. Meridional flow occurs when there are highly amplified troughs and ridges. Troughs and ridges are formations […]

Split Flow Pattern

The pattern we are sliding into over the weekend and coming week will favor active weather.  This is because we are transitioning to a split flow pattern. So what is a split flow pattern?  Below is a depiction of the Jet Stream placement around 6 AM Friday.  The jet stream is a band of strong […]

Light Snow Possible Tonight

Another clipper??  Fantastic. Today 1/20 – Partly Sunny – High 50˚ / Tonight – Scat’d Snow Showers – Low 25˚ 6am 35˚ ~ 9am 41˚ ~ 12pm 47˚ ~ 3pm 50˚ ~ 6pm 34˚ ~ 9pm 30˚ Eastern US looks to remain in an upper level trough, as southwesterly flow at the surface takes temperature […]