Stormy Monday to Start the Week

Good morning, folks and happy Monday!! Once again, whose ready to tackle another week with me? Folks, we have a stormy day to start the new work week, with a chance of seeing some strong to severe storms during the afternoon hours. I’m ready to tackle the new week, are you?? (Giphy) Stormy Monday Waking […]

Strong Storms Possible Sunday As Summer Pattern Sets In

Saturday was a scorcher by mid-May standards, with highs not far from 90º. We’ll cool those readings a bit as we finish off the weekend with strong storms possible Sunday as summer pattern sets in. Potential for Strong Storms This isn’t looking like a huge threat at this point, but it all depends on how […]

Friday Warm Up; Strong Storms Saturday

A relatively cool, dry day is coming to a close, with a much more active pattern in store as we get into the upcoming weekend. Highlights include increasing wind and temperatures Friday, with strong storms possible Saturday. Warming Trend Friday morning, a warm front will lift to our north, turning winds out of the south. […]

Midday Update: Severe Weather Threat Increasing

As I mentioned this morning in the forecast post, a severe weather threat looked to be in the works this evening as a powerful cold front moves into the region. Well, with the help of southwesterly flow (aka warm air advection), this is looking more likely right now. As a matter of fact, the SPC […]

Active Bowling Green Weather to Continue

Real-Time Bowling Green Weather Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday was crazy. Straight up. First of all, it was really windy all day long. We were consistently seeing gusts in the 30 mph range, with occasional gusts into the 40s throughout the day. Then last night? Oh my. We had a squall line move through that was strong. It […]

Six Years ago: An Incredible Low Pressure System

Six years ago yesterday/today: an incredible mid-latitude cyclone developed across the central portion of the United States and deepened as it moved northward into the northern Plains. This low pressure system is honestly one of the more incredible meteorological anomalies that I have ever seen, as it was an absolutely beautiful example of the foundations […]

Crazy Weather To Impact Our Region

Real-time BG Radar: Today: Showers early, with mostly cloudy skies remaining. Highs rising to around 70ºF. Tonight: Cloudy and breezy, with rain chances increasing. Lows around 61ºF. Well, yesterday was a real bummer. The weather was essentially the Monday of weather…on a Monday. That’s double the Monday. Today, well, will be different. We are already […]

The WxOrNot Tweets Of The Week

There are an endless amount of weather tweets that are sent out everyday. Whether it’s a puffy cumulus cloud or a beautiful sunset, there are a million (that might be literal) to go around. Now, some are quality, quality tweets. Others are….well, others are interesting. Either way, there are always great tweets out there. Here […]

Potentially Catastrophic Hurricane Patricia To Impact Mexico

Over the past couple days, we have seen Hurricane Patricia churn over the eastern Pacific. Only, the last time we updated you about it, it only had winds of 130 mph, and was a Category 4 storm.   #Patricia is the 9th Cat. 4-5 of the NE Pac (to 180W) season, eclipsing the old full-season record […]

Wx Or Not BG Featured in Washington Post

A huge milestone was met today with Wx Or Not BG. The Washington Post featured Landon Hampton & Wx Or Not BG in a post about shelf clouds on Monday. Landon’s awesome pictures of the shelf cloud that swallowed up Bowling Green Sunday lead to the plug on the Washington Post. Check out the following […]