After a rather chilly beginning to the week, we should expect some showers and thunderstorms to move into the area overnight Thursday and into Friday. Continue reading
If you’ve stepped outside yet today, you’ll notice one very obvious thing: the warm and humid airmass that has lingered for nearly two weeks now over the area has finally moved out. Continue reading
Today I have for your viewing pleasure my thoughts on the upcoming winter and a quick look at what might happen this weekend. For those of you waiting for a fall pattern i’ll show you when the first sign of it will be. Continue reading
1. The majority of us in the mid south have seen periods of storms over the weekend, just enough to cancel those late afternoon and evening outdoor plans for some. However, Sunday night our friends to the north in Louisville saw the training of thunderstorms from south to north across the metro area and with rainfall rates over an inch an hour. This led to rapid rises in streams, creeks and other collectors of water. This was labeled a flash flood emergency by the NWS in Louisville with several water rescues. The forecast for this week is also included in this post. Continue reading
A quick little introduction about myself before we get to the good stuff and discuss the weather for the weekend. Continue reading
Within the next few days regular posts will resume on the WKU weather blog. Dr.Goodrich will still be a main contributor however quite a few of the posts will now be done by his students. Thank you for having the WKU weatherblog as one of your sources for weather information.