Rain Chances Increase as Tropical System Approaches

Isolated Thunderstorms Possible Today Good morning south-central Kentucky, expect some isolated thunderstorms to spring up this afternoon while temperatures peak in the upper 80’s.  Scattered showers on Memorial Day become even more widespread on Tuesday due to Tropical Storm Alberto making rain chances increase as tropical system approaches. Today you might need your sunscreen and […]

Storms and Heat Fight for Memorial Day Weekend

Storms Likely Today Hey folks, after our region dodged all the rain yesterday on the way to a 90 degree high, we will have a mix of storms and hot temperatures the next three days with better chances of rain today and Monday providing us a storms and heat fight for Memorial Day Weekend. Today […]

Warmer Bowling Green Weather Upcoming

Real-time Bowling Green Weather Radar Yesterday’s Weather Yesterday was a picture perfect day across southern Kentucky. After several days of stubborn cloudiness (I’m looking at you, Sunday), we finally received a day with very few clouds in the sky. As a result, temps rose into the upper 70s, and humidity stayed low across the region. […]

WxOrNotBG Tweets of the Week

Twitter is a meteorologist’s best friend and worst enemy. Meteorologists send out hundreds of tweets per day, and it is such a useful tool for dispensing information. Many times, though, hype will begin and spread like fire on Twitter. Other times, it saves someone’s life. Therefore, Twitter sees the best and worst out of meteorologists […]

The Week in Tropical Weather

I have come to the conclusion that I post way too much about the tropics. I am no expert in tropical meteorology, I wouldn’t even call myself an amateur. Tropical Meteorology is a much different animal than mid-latitude meteorology, and as such, it is difficult for me to apply my knowledge of mid-latitude meteorology to […]

The Week in Tropical Weather

I have come to the conclusion that I post way too much about the tropics. I am no expert in tropical meteorology, I wouldn’t even call myself an amateur. Tropical Meteorology is a much different animal than mid-latitude meteorology, and as such, it is difficult for me to apply my knowledge of mid-latitude meteorology to […]

Tropical Depression Four Forms

Well, last evening, Tropical Depression Four formed in the southern portions of the Gulf of Mexico, specifically in the Bay of Campeche. This storm (as of 10 pm CDT) is located about 145 miles east-southeast of Tuxpan, Mexico and is moving to the west at 7 mph. It is a fairly young system, and will likely […]

Tropical Storm Colin Forms Over The Weekend

Over the weekend, Tropical Storm Colin formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico. He was named yesterday afternoon, and became the earliest “C” named storm on record in the Atlantic. Much of the model guidance had been showing a system forming in the southern Gulf, and heading for the coast of Florida as we headed […]

Tropical Depression Two Forms Over The Atlantic

Yesterday afternoon, Tropical Depression Two formed off the coast of the Carolinas in the Atlantic ocean. The system was fairly weak, and still is. It currently has winds of 35 mph and 1009 mb, but is expected to strengthen into a Tropical Storm later today. When I saw that this was Tropical Depression Two, I was […]