Arctic Air Taking Over

How about that ride in? Few things are as thrilling & exhilarating as a good ole fashioned ride on the Kentucky Weather rollercoaster, amirite?! Snow reports of roughly 1-2″ were taken across much of the WABBLES community, on target with our forecast. A few have managed to squeeze out a bit more. The story now […]

High Pressure Keeps Us Dry

Good morning, everyone! I hope your week is off to a great start so far despite the frigid air we’ve air we have been enduring. While that frigid air won’t go away quite yet, an area of high pressure keeps us dry, at least for now! The Sun will Finally Make an Appearance Today, we […]

One More Day of Snow Showers

Top of the morning to you! How stunning was the dusting of snowfall we received? If you didn’t get the chance to see any flurries in person, check out the video below! More Snowfall on the Way Today, in short, will be similar to how we started out our weekend. The low pressure system that […]

Gloomy Weather Wednesday

Unsettled weather has been the story so far for February, so why stop now? After a mostly dry Tuesday morning, rain finally moved back into the region last night. This active system will continue across the Ohio Valley today, so expect a gloomy weather Wednesday. Rain Showers… Seems like every week we have a potent […]

Rain and Light Snow Likely Tomorrow

Hey folks, get ready for some active weather as we have rain and light snow likely for tomorrow. This winter storm will be sandwiched between mild weather today and an Arctic blast which will continue through Wednesday. Gloomy But Dry Today Watch out for that pesky fog this morning if you plan to start your […]

Southeastern Winter Storm Summary

As we all know, a snow event impacted the region on Thursday afternoon and into the evening hours, causing major traffic issues across the region. This was associated with the system before the main event to our south. A shortwave trough had been forecast for several days to propagate southeastward out of the northwestern US […]

Significant Snow Event Affects Iowa and Illinois

Yesterday, one of the first winter storms of the season impacted much of central/northern Illinois and eastern Iowa. An amplified and fairly strong shortwave trough propagated eastward across the central Midwestern states yesterday, setting the region to see a fairly significant snowfall. Much of the day, strong divergence was present within the mid and upper […]

Appreciate The Past Year Of Snow

As a whole, neither of the past two winters (so far) have wildly deviated from the normal. In fact, as crazy as that two week period in February and March of 2015 was, this winter’s December might have been the wildest extreme, with many locations in central Kentucky seeing temperatures at least 10ºF above normal. My point […]

Snowfall in the Western US

While those of us here in the eastern part of the United States have been seeing warmer than normal temperatures, those in the western parts have been experiencing just the opposite! Areas in the higher latitudes of central California, western Montana, and even Arizona have snow on the ground for the first part of November. […]