Muggy Conditions and the Chance of Storms Return

Good morning, South-Central Kentucky! I hope everyone had a fantastic 4th of July and was rewarded with a wonderful fireworks show for this trying year. As we move forward in the weather world, muggy conditions and the chance of storms return. Rain Finds Its Way Back to WABBLES After about a 3 day dry streak […]

Dry 4th of July, Then Shower Chances Return

Happy Independence Day, everyone! The United States is officially 244 years old. Nature won’t be firing any of her own fireworks today, so we’ll be free to fire our own! We’ll see a dry 4th of July, then shower chances return. Toasty Temperatures Today Summer has definitely arrived in South Central Kentucky, and today will […]

More Rain on the Way

Good morning, friends of WABBLES! I hope you’ve been able to stay dry out there these past few days. We’ve been hammered with downpours in some areas that have caused localized flooding and a few problems within the region. Unfortunately, I’m not going to deliver the forecast you’re wanting to here as we have more […]

A Wet and Stormy Week Ahead

Welcome to WxornotBG, everyone! Hope you had a great weekend. Over the past 48 hours, the WABBLES area has seen more than 2″ of rain, with some places seeing more than 4″! A Flash Flood Watch is still in effect until this evening, but we can expect a wet and stormy week ahead. Spotty Heavy […]

Mild Temps and Clouds Stick Around

Good Sunday morning! Welcome to a new week. After the wild morning we had yesterday, things look to calm down a bit for a few days. The wind and rain looks to move out, but the mild temps and clouds stick around. Slight Cool Off We’ve had some very warm temperatures recently, so warm that […]

Arctic High Keeps Us Dry

Good morning, everyone! Glad you could stop by today. According to the National Weather Service in Louisville, WABBLES saw 2-3″ of rain on Monday. The end of our week sure looks different, though, as an arctic high keeps us dry. Cool Day Today After the rain moved through, the stationary front was eventually replaced by […]

Plentiful Sunshine Before Rain Returns

Happy Thursday morning, everyone! Welcome to August! August is typically one of the hottest months of the year for Kentucky, and summer is definitely making its presence known. This will continue for the time being as sunshine and heat stick around, but rain chances return for the weekend. But for now, we’ll enjoy plentiful sunshine […]

Heat Remains as Barry Closes in

Good morning and welcome to the weekend, friends! It’s been a beautiful end to the week so far and we don’t expect that to change much, but be prepared for some wet weather as we start the new work week. The heat will remain, but Barry will start to make its presence known in our […]

Return of Heat and Humidity Kick Off the Weekend

After two quite pleasant days with below average temperature and humidity for mid-June, summer weather is back as the return of heat and humidity kick off the weekend. Mostly Dry, but Hot and Humid, Saturday We’re now less than a week from the start of meteorological summer and boy is Mother Nature making it known […]

Indecisive Front Means Isolated Storms Into The Weekend

After a warm and muggy week spotted with isolated afternoon (and early morning) thunderstorms, meteorological summer looks to finish on a decidedly summer-like note as an indecisive front means isolated storms into the weekend. Friday Frontal Migration The frontal boundary which passed through the area earlier this week as a cold front will begin to […]