Real time Bowling Green Weather radar Yesterday’s Weather Well, that was interesting. What a 4th of July! The atmosphere was really giving all of us a fireworks show before the real one! It was honestly crazy. I wrote about the basics of it in our latest WxRecap post last night. In general, yesterday was active, […]
Real-time Bowling Green Weather Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday’s weather was fairly interesting, as a cold front pushed into and through the region, leading to some strong to isolated severe thunderstorms. There was a weak shear profile in place, leading to a lack of organization of the storms, and thus, weaker storms. Temps were warm before […]
Today wasn’t overly wild like yesterday was, but today was wild in a much, much different sense. A surface low was propagating into the Mid Atlantic states from southeastern Canada, and along to its west was a cold front. For the majority of the day, we weren’t too influenced by it, outside of westerly to […]
Real-time BG Radar: Today: Windy and warm. Highs around 71ºF. Tonight: Windy, with mostly cloudy skies and a chance for severe thunderstorms. Lows dipping to around 48ºF. Boy, do we have a complex forecast for you all today! Sit back, and get the popcorn ready (or review your severe weather preparedness plan). First of all, […]
Real time BG Radar: Today: Partly cloudy, with isolated storms. High around 86ºF. Tonight: Increasing clouds with a shower/storm chance late. Lows around 75ºF. Well, today surely looks better than yesterday was. Yesterday was characterized by fairly cool conditions, persistant cloud cover and rainfall for the majority of the day across many locales. Today definitely […]
Today 6/7 – Sunny & Muggy – High 91˚(!) / Tonight – Iso’d Storms – Low 72˚ If you’re a fan of hot sweat, frizzed hair and damp clothing, today is the day for you! It will be a brutal day as far as our weather is concerned, with high dewpoints coinciding with plentiful amounts […]
Check out this immaculate video footage of a breathtaking supercell thunderstorm that occurred over Hanston, KS on Wednesday evening. This storm had quite an impressive structure, the best I’ve seen in quite some time. Thanks to Robert Sinner for uploading this great footage. Enjoy!
Blackhawk, SD Supercell Timelapse: Yesterday, just east of Black Hills National Forest in South Dakota, a beautiful, low-precipitation supercell thunderstorm developed. Luckily for us, Dan McKemy uploaded this amazing timelapse of the storm for our viewing pleasure. Look at that amazing structure and rotation. Impressive, indeed!
The annual WKU Storm Chase kicks off today, with Dr. Joshua Durkee and Dr. Grady Dixon leading the charge. Eight of WKU’s finest meteorology students will join the chase team as they take off toward the plains this morning. The course, Field Methods in Weather Analysis & Forecasting, will put the students in a real-time […]
We’ve been very wet through much of our Sunday, with scattered showers and storms still impacting the area as we speak. Around mid afternoon, we had a stout line of convection plow east across the area, bringing with it flooding, downed trees and beautiful structure. @joeimel large branch down blocking Collett ln. pic.twitter.com/jrqDXIpCem — Blake […]