Showers with Cool Temperatures For Today

Good morning, everyone! I don’t know about you, but this month went by with the blink of an eye. As we head into the last week of April, we will ring it in accompanied by showers with cool temperatures for today. Sunday Soaker The low-pressure system that brought us rain showers yesterday and into the […]

Dry Today but Rain Returns Tomorrow

Its another chilly start to the morning as we dipped down into the 30s after a cold front passed through overnight. Temperatures have been well below normal this past week and that trend will continue into the weekend. We get a break from the wet weather as we stay dry today, but rain returns tomorrow. […]

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 […]

The Makings Of A Strong Low Pressure

For the first time in a long time, I can say that the weather this week looks active. We haven’t seen very active weather across this portion of the world, and it has been killing me. However, this week, we are likely to see a very strong, rapidly intensifying low pressure system form, and impact the […]

Saturday Update

Bowling Green Weather – Real-time Radar: Today 7/26– Mostly Sunny – High 94° / Tonight – Iso’d Showers/Storms – Low 74° 6am 67º – 9am 77º – 12pm 88º – 3pm 94º – 6pm 92º Looks like today will be a big warm up compared to prior days here in Bowling Green. We will have plenty of […]

Saturday Weather Update

Real-time Radar: Today 7/12 – Mostly Cloudy – High 91º / Tonight –Partly Cloudy  – Low 70º 6am 61º – 9am 74º – 12pm 87º – 3pm 91º – 6pm 88º Looks like our weather is in a state of change over the next few days and begins with today. Overall, it will be relatively calm, just […]

Saskatchewan, Canada Flooding

People of Iowa aren’t the only ones dealing with epic flooding. Some portions of Saskatchewan, Canada have been dealing with flooding for several days now. Check out the images below. Pink areas show radar rainfall estimates of 100-200+ mm of rain along SK/MT border. #skstorm — Rob’s Obs (@robsobs) September 7, 2013 See dramatic […]

What’s An Alberta Clipper?

Alberta Clipper weather events are defined by the National Weather Service as follows: A storm system during the winter months that originates from the Canadian Province of Alberta (or close by–sometimes the system can originate from Saskatchewan, Manitoba, or even Montana).  The term “clipper” originates from the clipper sailing ships because of their quick speeds.  Thus, […]