Severe Storms Possible Today Before Quieter Weekend

Severe Storms Possible Today Howdy, folks! Our atmosphere will become ripe with ingredients for potential severe weather this afternoon. Temperatures in the upper 80’s, high humidity, a low pressure system, and wind shear have come together, and will provide a conducive environment for inclement weather before a quieter weekend ahead. After Alberto drenched much of […]

Memorial Day Weekend Starts and Ends Nice, Stormy in Between

wxornotBG 5/26/17: Sunny & beautiful today; severe storms possible through Memorial Day weekend. Posted by Landon Hampton on Friday, 26 May 2017 Forecast Discussion It’s a holiday weekend but, as we know, Mother Nature doesn’t take holidays. The weekend will start and end quite nicely but it’s the in between where things get complicated. Let’s […]

Thursday Afternoon Update

Good news!  As anticipated, the cloud deck in place over the area this morning has started to erode out.  This has allow beautiful conditions to take over, complete with partly sunny skies, along with temperatures ranging between the upper 60’s and low 70’s. Clearing will continue overnight and into Friday, allowing rays of sunshine and […]

This is Your Weather Week in Review

Recently at WxOrNotBG, we have been trying to create excellent and consistent content for you all to read through weekly! So, I have brought back the weather week in review. This is a good way to look back on the week, and appreciate the weather that has occurred! So, without further ado, here is your […]

WxRecap: Storm Insanity Has Ruled Bowling Green

That really did escalate quickly this afternoon. There had been a strong vorticity maximum across eastern Kansas this morning, moving eastward as time progressed. It was forcing a decaying mesoscale convective system (MCS) as it moved east; however, it had the precipitation. As this was progressing eastward, the atmosphere across southern Kentucky was seeing plentiful […]

Five Years Ago Today: Massachusetts Tornadoes

On this day five years ago, a severe weather event occurred in Massachusetts, and produced four tornadoes across a small area. These tornadoes occurred within a small proximity to Springfield, MA, with the strongest tornado taking a direct path across Springfield. Northeastern US severe weather events always fascinate me, but especially tornado events across that […]

Stormy Bowling Green Weather Looking Likely

Real Time Bowling Green Weather Radar: Today: Partly cloudy, with scattered storms possible. Highs around 89°F. Tonight: Partly cloudy, with lows falling to around 65°F. Well, yesterday was a bit cloudier than I expected across the region, and this held temps a bit lower than I expected, with highs only topping out in the mid […]

Summer-like Bowling Green Weather

Real-time Bowling Green Weather radar: Today: Partly cloudy, with isolated storms possible. Highs around 86°F. Tonight: Partly cloudy, with storms remaining possible. Lows falling to around 65°F. Today’s forecast looks to be pretty tough overall, as the short-term guidance is currently performing incredibly bad with the current set up across the region. This gives me […]

Crazy Squall Line Passed Over The Gulf Coast Last Night

Last night, a textbook squall line (called a quasi-linear convective system, or QLCS) marched off the coast of Texas, and moved across the northern Gulf of Mexico. The northern portion of this came ashore in southern Louisiana, and developed into what was a classic look for a strong QLCS. The red X indicates the location of […]