Dry Start to Christmas Week

Happy Sunday morning, WABBLES! We had a quick rain overnight, but we are starting to dry out as it has all moved out. The good news is we are expecting a dry start to Christmas week! Rainfall over the last 24 hours has ranged from .25in-.50in across the region. Here is a look at rainfall […]

Air Force to Replace Weather Model

It’s no surprise that American weather models have struggled in comparison with the European weather model ECMWF.  The American large scale model, the GFS, received an update to it’s formulas last year, bringing closer to the caliber of the ECMWF. However, the ECMWF is scheduled for another update in the coming months, which will likely add […]

Monday Afternoon Update

This Afternoon – Sunny & Cold – High 28˚ / Tonight – Partly Cloudy – Low 23˚ 3pm 28˚ – 6pm 26˚ – 9pm 25˚ – 12am 23˚ – 3am 24˚ – 6am 26˚ Rays of sunshine will accompany temperatures near 30˚ throughout this afternoon, with light, northwesterly winds creating wind chill values in the […]

Halloween Bowling Green Weather Forecast

Real Time Bowling Green Weather Radar:   Today 10/29 – Partly Cloudy – High 62° / Tonight – Mostly Clear – Low 39° High pressure will work into the region from the west throughout the day. This should make the rain and clouds depart as we work into the afternoon hours. By afternoon conditions should […]

Weather Tools for Weather Enthusiasts

There are plenty of easy-to-use weather tools available to anyone. For those of you interested in going a little deeper than the typical TV forecast, check out these sites. Severe Weather and Model Guidance: Storm Prediction Center (SPC) The SPC website has plenty of tools available to keep up to date with the latest severe […]

El Nino Update

The latest update from the Climate Prediction Center still has a 60 – 65% chance of an El Nino occurring during the Northern Hemisphere fall and winter. Here is the model spread:   Here is an image of the sea surface height anomalies. Higher than normal sea surface indicates warmer ocean waters.     In […]

Arthur Reaches Hurricane Strength

As we mentioned yesterday, there was potential that Arthur would intensify to hurricane strength.  This morning, that came true.  Hurricane Arthur becomes the first hurricane of the Atlantic season, with max sustained winds of ~80mph.  Here is what Arthur looks like via visible satellite: This tropical system is currently crawling at ~10mph northeast along the […]

Nice Day in Store

Real Time Regional Radar:   Today 6/25 – Partly Cloudy, Iso’d PM Storm – High 86° / Tonight – Partly Cloudy – Low 66° Today, we’ll see a cold front push through the region in the morning hours. This will take all of the moisture with it as we’ll see drier air filter into the […]

Rain Chances Linger

Real Time Radar:   Today 6/24 – Scattered Thunderstorms – High 86° / Tonight – Isolated Thunderstorms – Low 70° Today we’ll see an upper level trough swing through the region. We’ll also see a surface low pressure system take place along the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers. This will place us in […]