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Monthly Archives: April 2010
1. Our region will be on the backside of a high and ahead of a strong slow moving cold front Thursday and Friday this will lead to increasing southerly winds which could be very gusty with a strong low level … Continue reading
Highlights – clouds and light rain linger today – another batch of showers likely Tuesday but sunny Wednesday
As of mid-week the models weren’t looking to good for storm chances this weekend. Well that has since changed dramatically and SPC now has our area under a moderate risk for severe weather. With a moderate risk comes the potential … Continue reading
Today is going to be the best day out of the whole week. Today will be very nice with mostly sunny conditions and a high near 72. Today winds will be light and out of the southwest. This evening we … Continue reading
If you were hoping for some excitement in the weather this week then you are going to be disappointed. Today we can expect a mix of clouds and sun with a high reaching near 68 with a light northeast wind. … Continue reading
I am pleased to announce that the biggest weather podcast in the world, WeatherBrains, has joined in on WKU’s storm chasing team. I e-mailed the guys and they loved the idea.
It has been a nice week, a bit warm, but nice none the less. That is all about to change with the approaching system that will impact the area tonight, cooling down the weekend ahead. Let’s have a look at … Continue reading
Recently, 8 students were selected after a series of processes to take part in the first “Field Analysis and Forecasting” class. This is actually going to be a storm chasing class that will take place during prime time for strong … Continue reading
All is remaining quiet. No need to really talk about much of anything. Zonal flow continues to keep things clear. Temperatures should remain constant with the low to mid 80’s for highs with a low dipping to around the mid-50’s.
It looks like we’ll have another great weekend of weather across south central Kentucky.