Hot and Dry Spell Continues

Hey all you weather fanatics! Welcome back to the blog and happy Tuesday. If you have kids that complained, or you yourself complained, due to the heat and mugginess yesterday brought, you’re in for a treat. Just kidding, the hot and dry spell continues into today’s forecast. Side note, the dew point is creating some […]

Bowling Green Weather Becoming Stormy

Real-time Bowling Green Weather Radar: Today: Partly to mostly cloudy, with a chance of showers/storms. Highs around 85°F. Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy, with lows in and around 64°F. Today’s forecast actually looks a bit more complicated than I expected it to be. I’m not too thrilled about that, because I was expecting today to […]

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. […]

Your Guide To The Weather Of NFL Cities

As many of you know, NFL season is quickly approaching us, and many of you are getting ready to begin your Fantasy Football Drafts (I have one coming up here soon). And just an FYI, we will begin the Fantasy Football Forecasts again the first week of the season. Many of us have our different […]

California Drought Improvement

The recent rains in California have helped alleviate the drought, but an exceptional drought still covers much of the area.   Here is a look at what the drought looked like last week. Much improvement, especially in the northern parts of California, but still a long way to go.   More rain is heading toward […]

Dry October in Western U.S.

The weather in southern Kentucky has been dry as of late, but earlier in the month we saw some rainfall that has brought the Bowling Green October monthly rainfall total to 3.22″. While 3.22″ of precipitation is not that impressive, it is 0.92″ above normal as October is usually one of the driest months. There has not […]

Washington Wildfires

Here’s a closeup from the 438-mile high satellite. Lots of smoke coming from Chelan & Okanogan Counties. #wawx — NWS Spokane (@NWSSpokane) July 17, 2014 Other areas being affected are Oregon and well north into Canada: Here’s a look at where all the smoke is coming from. #mtwx #idwx #Montana #Idaho #mtfire #idfire #bcwx […]

Severe Weather & Tornadoes Out West

Today was another fairly active day with our atmosphere which produced tornadoes, hail, wind damage and lightning all across the plains. Check out some of the activity we had today:   Took this earlier near Roy, NM! AMAZING supercell structure.. INCREDIBLE timelapse to come! #nmwx — Brandon Sullivan (@BTSullivan91) June 7, 2014 Full view […]

Thursday Afternoon Update

This Afternoon – Sunny – High 54 / Tonight – Clear – Low 30 7am 40 ~ 10am 48 ~ 1pm 52 ~ 4pm 47 ~ 7pm 41 High pressure continues to build over the area behind a cold front that advanced to our east last night.  This has been responsible for ushering in cooler, […]

Wednesday Afternoon Update

As forecast, a cold front is approaching from our west, pumping a moisture rich airmass northeast over south central Kentucky.  Cloud cover has increased across the area as a result, and this trend will continue through the afternoon.  This is illustrated by the model below:   Scattered showers have been tracking east/northeast over the area […]