Temperatures and Storm Chances Rise for the Weekend

Yesterday featured the first 80º reading (81º, as a matter of fact) in Bowling Green since October 11 (which itself feels like an early date, considering how long the upper 90s stuck around here). Despite clouds and rain chances hanging around, we’ll probably be flirting with 80º this afternoon as temperatures and storm chances rise […]

Spring Starts Stormy and Cooler

I know yesterday was technically the first day of Spring (the Vernal Equinox), but today will be the first full day of Spring, seeing as how the official equinox was at 10:50pm last night. And speaking of yesterday, it was quite warm as we were well into the warm sector of the storm system headed […]

Active Pattern for Remainder of Week

The abnormally wet spring hasn’t loosened it’s grip much on the Ohio River Valley. We have received nearly double the normal amount rainfall for mid-March, coming in at 4.57 inches for the March 1-17 timeframe. Since January 1, Bowling Green has received a soggy 15.45 inches of rain, which is 5.5 inches more than normal. […]

Soggy but Quieter Weekend Ahead

After yesterday’s strong winds, rather large hail, and even maybe a funnel cloud, we’ll start to calm down into the weekend. I mean, sure, we’ll still see on and off rain chances for the next few days, but nowhere near yesterday’s active weather. In short, a soggy but quieter weekend ahead. A Cooler and Cloudy […]

Strong Finish to the Weekend Before Rain Returns

Good morning! I hope everyone remembered to “spring forward” the clocks overnight and that no one is too tired from that lost hour of sleep. Changing the clocks is always one of the first promising signs that spring is right around the corner. Today will indeed feel like spring as we set out for a […]

Sunny Wednesday Before Rain Returns

This week has started off with some very unsettling and dangerous weather, with large hail, and some Flash Flooding. One particular storm produced a brief but strong tornado in SE Warren County, crossing over into Allen County just after midnight on Tuesday morning. Luckily, quiet weather is here, as we can expect a sunny Wednesday […]

Showery Friday Leads Into Sunny Weekend

Thursday was a gorgeously sunny day around the WABBLES area, a sight for sore eyes after the gloomy first half of the week. Unfortunately, the gloomies will be back…but not too long as a showery Friday leads into a sunny weekend. A Couple Showers to Close the Week Clouds began filtering into the region yesterday […]

Sunny and Dry Weather for the Weekend

Good morning, everyone! Glad you could stop by today. If you’re tired of the wet and dreary weather, I’ve got some good news for you. A pattern change is on the horizon, and it’s looking to bring sunny and dry weather for the weekend! Chance of Scattered Flurries This Morning Current temperature readings this morning […]

Finally, Some Sunshine!

It has been a rather bleak week around these parts. Rainfall graced us on Monday and Wednesday, lingering into Thursday. But the good news is that we’ll be able to relax and enjoy some nice weather because the main feature of this weekend’s forecast is “finally, some sunshine!” Not Lovin’ the Cold After a cloudy […]

Flash Flood Watch in Effect as Active Weather Approaches WABBLES Today

As we get closer to the halfway mark in February, we can’t help but look at how similar January and February 2020 is to the beginning months of 2019. This time last year, we had a January 1 to February 11 rainfall total of 8.39 inches. As of yesterday, Bowling Green has an official rainfall […]