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Monthly Archives: February 2010
I came across this on the Accuweather site and thought it was pretty interesting. It has some facts behind the monster snow storm that has been pounding the New England coast over the last few days. Click here to read … Continue reading
Its Friday and it’s a beautiful day. Only if it were a little warmer. There isn’t really much going on in our area today as far as weather is concerned, so today’s write up will be shorter. Today the high … Continue reading
It’s Wednesday and it is Cold!!! Expect Highs to be in the mid 30’s today. Also, we are currently receiving some flurries here in Bowling Green. Flurries should continue on and off until around noon and then they should start … Continue reading
If you didn’t get out and enjoy the weather yesterday it might be a while before you get another day like it, because another arctic outbreak is headed our way. Yesterday’s official high in Bowling Green reached 68º F. The … Continue reading
It came, it saw, it conquered. The snowiest pattern in recent years seems to have taken a break in regards to atmospheric circumstances. High pressure has dominated the region the past few days, and will continue to do so through … Continue reading
No, it sure isn’t. Hopefully by tonight, this upper-level system will be out of our area, giving us a breather from the annoying continuation of snow (in all shapes and sizes) falling from the skies.
Familiar sight this morning, isn’t it? Clipper system pushed through with the front last night, this will continue to effect the area throughout the day as a dry slot will shift from west to east. This is expected to drop … Continue reading
This map of snow cover from this morning shows snow cover in all lower 48 states. This is a very rare event that has not happened in recent memory. Scientists at the Rutgers Global Snow Lab are investigating when the … Continue reading
It appears we will see yet another decent snowstorm on Sunday and into Monday over the Mid-South, as expected.