Another Cool Day, Warming Into Weekend

Another April Day in the 50’s, Really? Remember the mid-70’s yesterday, south-central Kentucky?  They said goodbye with last night’s cold front, and we are starting this morning in the low 40’s across our region.  With cloudy skies into this afternoon, temperatures will only reach the mid-50’s leaving us with another cool day, warming into weekend. […]

Floating Sod

A few days ago the residents of north Alabama were doused by very heavy rainfall.  According to WHNT19 News, those living in Lawrence County received ~3″ of the wet stuff.  Sharon Jeffrey’s, a citizen of Mt. Hope, AL, had a rather odd encounter with the heavy rain.  Have a look at the video below and […]

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 […]

Kim Jong-un Isn’t Happy About Recent Forecasts

Kim Jong-un is not happy with North Korean forecasters, who are apparently predicting the weather incorrectly.  He has made it a point to improve the local livelihood and economy in North Korea, and this seems to be an issue he has chosen to tackle as part of this vision. He is striving for more modern […]

Winter Outlooks – Fibbing Amongst The Finest

First and foremost, I’d like to say that there requires nearly zero skill in producing a “Winter Outlook.”  I have listened to a wide variety of folks, both amateurs and veterans, tell me what they think this winter will bring, and their theories range from comical to broad range, with little substance.  Whether it be […]