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.
It’s been an interesting day throughout south central Kentucky. Temperature readings in the low 60s during the predawn hours took a hard tumble thanks to a passing cold front, putting temps in the mid to upper 30s as of 5:30pm. Cold Is Here To Stay The passing of this morning’s cold front is the initial […]
Real-time radar: Today: Partly sunny, with scattered showers & storms – high of 88ºF. Tonight: Partly cloudy, with widely scattered storms. Low of 74ºF. Today is looking better than I anticipated it to in my forecast from yesterday morning, which is good if you like summer. Its definitely gonna be a page out of the “Stereotypical […]
Real Time BG Radar: Today: Partly cloudy, with scattered storms in the afternoon. A few may be severe. High of 84ºF. Tonight: A few storms remaining, with mostly cloudy skies. Low of 65ºF. Well, well, well. Looks like we are looking at a different pattern now! After days of sweltering heat the past month, we […]
Today: Fantastic and sunny. High of 85ºF. Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low of 56ºF. Good day, ye old chaps! Thou hast cometh to an excellent…..I tried. There aren’t any good Old English Translators on the computer. I was gonna do this whole posts entirely in Old English, but it was too hard. So, to keep […]