Pre-New Year’s Nor’easter slams New England

Parts of New England are digging out this evening after a huge nor’easter hit the region, resulting in feet of snow and many power outages. This storm is the result of a strong low pressure system strengthening as it moves up the eastern seaboard, this is called a nor’easter. Nor’easters can provide a mixed bag of […]

12th Anniversary of Historic Winter Storm

We don’t get many white Christmases around South-Central Kentucky but the year of 2004 was a big exception but instead of a beautiful snowy scene it caused a huge meteorological headache for the entire region. A winter storm is bad enough in the middle of winter but during the biggest shopping and traveling time of the year […]

Midwest March Madness Weather Bracket

  In honor of March Madness, the Midwestern Regional Climate Center has issued their weather bracket consisting of the top weather events to hit the region this winter. The two winter storms to hit Kentucky and the summer drought made the Elite 8. The two snowstorms advanced to the Final 4 and the March 4th through the 5th […]

Hundreds of Drivers Stranded with Latest Winter Storm

Numerous drivers are stranded on roads across Kentucky due to the latest winter storm dropping up to TWO FEET of snow. Vehicles are having to be shoveled out from all the snow on Interstate 65. Governor Steve Beshear  has declared a statewide emergency to help counties recover. Storm Recap: Here is a map of the observed […]

Winter Storm Evening Update

*Winter Storm WARNING thru 12 pm Thursday for all of south central Kentucky* 4pm 35˚ – 7pm 30˚ – 10pm 28˚ – 1am 26˚ – 4am 24˚ Heavy rain will persist throughout the afternoon for most of south central Kentucky. Temperatures are currently in the low to mid 30s across the region, with mid to upper 20s […]

The Curious Ways Brutal Snowstorms Affect How We Shop

So, we’ve heard the story at least a million times; the weatherman says it’s going to snow a few inches and everyone must get their milk and bread! Thus, one would think that businesses rake in quite a bit of profit during winter storms. Yes, this is the case for the grocery industry, however it […]

Snowstorm Across South Update

  Yesterday, the south experienced one the largest snowstorms in years. These areas have little snow removal equipment leading to serious travel problems…and you though Kentucky was bad! Many areas across the Mississippi valley through North Carolina picked up over a foot of snow! Take a look at some of the snow and travel issues […]

Winter is Not Over in Bowling Green

Real Time Bowling Green Weather Radar: Today – Partly Sunny, Iso’d Snow Showers – High 35° / Tonight – Sct’d Flurries – Low 26° Good morning! It’s a beautiful Friday morning in Warren County. #Kentucky pic.twitter.com/w4ys4P3mlG — Landon Hampton  (@WxOrNotBG) February 13, 2015 Today will be dominated by broken cloud cover. Temperatures will warm to […]

Snow Continues to Pile Up in the Northeast

  The snow continues to pile up across the Northeast. A 20 to 40 inch blanket of snow currently smothers a path from New York to Maine, which has resulted over the last several weeks due to one large storm after another. So… why has winter all of a sudden decided to show up in […]

Chicago Experiences 5th Largest Snowstorm On Record

The snowstorm currently slamming the Northeast left over a foot of snow across a large chunk of the Midwest. Chicago and surrounding locations were under a blizzard warning for much of the day yesterday and into the night. Chicago officially recorded 19.3 inches of snow as of this morning, making it the 5th largest snowstorm […]