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 […]
Cold today; much warmer Thursday into Friday. Widespread rain slated for the start of the weekend… Posted by Landon Hampton on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 Cloud cover is hanging around early this morning, but the good news is, filtered sunshine should arrive by the time we get into this afternoon. A few of us may […]
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 […]
Recapping the Winter Storm; eyes on another round of SNOW Monday?? Posted by Landon Hampton on Saturday, 13 January 2018 Most of us are waking up to a fresh snowpack, with most locations ranging between 1-4″ of total snow/ice accumulation, with a few squeezing out 5″. Some of us are still seeing flying flurries out […]
Cloudy skies joined warm temperatures in the mid/upper 50s today, ahead of a moisture-fied (not a real word) system that’ll put flood concerns on the rise Friday into Saturday. A low pressure system is moving northeast toward the Ohio Valley, bringing a surge of moisture along with a passing warm front. An associated cold front […]
It’s been an interesting day throughout south central Kentucky. Temperature readings in the low 60s during the predawn hours took a hard tumble thanks to a passing cold front, putting temps in the mid to upper 30s as of 5:30pm. Cold Is Here To Stay The passing of this morning’s cold front is the initial […]
wxornotBG Friday Afternoon Update Posted by Landon Hampton on viernes, 5 de mayo de 2017 Scattered showers continue across the region this afternoon, before tapering off tonight. Saturday will bring another round of scattered showers, however, it should be much warmer.
We saw storms today that produced some decent rainfall totals in places that saw precipitation. These rainfall totals have nothing on the storms that caused extreme flooding across southern Kentucky and Tennessee 45 years ago today. On June 23, 1969 storms rolled across the area packing very heavy rain. Bowling Green experienced its wettest day […]