It goes without saying, but with a quiet weather pattern dominating here locally, all eyes are on Hurricane Ian. Strengthening to a border-line Category 5 overnight, with sustained winds of 155 mph, southwest Florida is expected to see devastating impacts later today into tonight.
Today will start out on the same note, complete with hot, muggy air, however, a curve ball will arrive this afternoon. A cold front is approaching from the northwest, which may fire off isolated storm chances. Some which may become strong.
The unseasonably warm temperatures and sunshine we enjoyed on Christmas Eve will continue for another day, with the potential for record-breaking high temperatures across WABBLES on this Christmas Day. Record High Temperatures Although today will be very similar to yesterday, light, southerly winds will join the party today. This might add just enough to the […]
If you see this man, call Crime Stoppers at 270-781-CLUE Warmth is Here to Stay Unseasonably warm air has set up over the area, and will be hanging around for the foreseeable future. High pressure is in complete control; will provide sunshine and temperatures in the mid 60s this afternoon. Although I think we’ll fall […]
‘Tis been a swell day across WABBLES; fitting for receiving a typical “insert Kentucky weather related comment here” from a fellow neighbor. Rain has overtaken much of the area as of mid afternoon, with strong storm chances on the way late tonight. Powerful Cold Front A low pressure system is currently tracking northeast toward the […]
Quiet Tonight Clouds will steadily increase across the region tonight. Outside of that, it’ll be quiet, with lows falling to the mid 40s. Arctic Front Brings Snow Chances The Monday morning alarm clock will bring a noticeable uptick in cloud cover across WABBLES, along with hit & miss rain chances. This will be in response […]
Good morning, and happy 2019! I hope you had a great holiday and are ready to tackle the New Year with a vengeance! Not Ideal Today This morning, we’re starting out cloudy & damp, thanks to low-level moisture hanging around behind yesterday’s system. Temperatures are in the low-40s, with patchy drizzle annoying us as well. […]
Happy New Year’s Eve! This year, we saw a variety of weather events unfold, and guess what!? We’ll end 2018 with another weather system to keep our eyes on, that’s expected to bring New Year’s Eve storms to south central Kentucky. Not only will we be dealing with the threat of severe storms, but winds […]
For the second time this week, we’re under the threat of impactful winter weather. A complex system will make for a difficult forecast over the next 24-48 hours, without question. Let’s get right to it. Are we getting ice and snow? To begin, cloudy skies will hang around tonight, and well into Saturday. By sunrise […]
We’ve been closely monitoring this morning’s data, and not too much has changed. A severe weather event will potentially unfold this evening into tonight, with a multitude of impacts possible. Here’s your much-requested afternoon severe weather update. We’re already seeing storms that have developed to our west, and as of 2:10pm, they are making their […]