Solar Power Industry Surpassing Coal

  The amount of solar power jobs in America is now roughly equal to the amount of coal jobs, according to Brad Plumer of Vox. Tim McDonnell from the Climate Desk argues that the number of solar powered jobs may actually be far past the number of coal jobs because the total number of coal jobs […]

Hole Punch Clouds

Several Hole Punch clouds were seen in eastern Kentucky today. A hole punch cloud, often referred to as a Fallstreak Hole, are formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below freezing, but the water has not frozen yet due to the lack of ice nucleation particles. When ice crystals do form it will […]

Eastern Kentucky Storm Reports

The folks from NWS Louisville were not the only ones out conducting storm surveys today. Severe storms also impacted Eastern Kentucky, and storm surveys from NWS Jackson revealed two tornadoes in Bath County. As storms moved over the county yesterday, two separate EF-1 tornadoes moved over Bath County. The first tornado impacted the town of Sharpsburg […]