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Monthly Archives: May 2010
Write-up is for Kentucky, maps are national based. First let’s take a look at the analogs, past years that had similar conditions to this one heading into the summer. 2007, 2005, 1998 and 1995. – 2007 featured a very dry … Continue reading
We start one week ago yesterday (May 21st), their second day out covering storms, we had our own event here in Kentucky. Enough instability more than what was predicted allowed thunderstorms to develop along a week warm front and a cold front further west. These storms … Continue reading
Over the next two weeks this class of WKU met students will track storms across the great plains and you can follow along using the links below. Not much in terms of hazardous weather is expected soon so I will … Continue reading
Boundary related to the low pressure center along the Ohio River will push south, providing lift to create some nice thunderstorms today.
The pattern doesn’t seem to be changing much, with several pieces of energy traveling through the longwave trof, keeping slight chances of precipitation for the area through much of remaining work week.
High pressure has dominated much of the weekend. With dry
Tonight the Mid-South has the potential of seeing some thunderstorms, a few of which may be severe.
It looks like this beautiful weather will continue to stick around at least for a couple more days.
After a soggy weekend to put it lightly, we should dry out nicely over the Mid-South with a great week shaping up.
FLOOD EMERGENCY FOR MUCH OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND SOUTH CENTRAL INDIANA THROUGH TONIGHT… PERIODS OF HEAVY RAIN THAT BEGAN EARLY SATURDAY MORNING…HAVE CONTINUED TODAY AND WILL CONTINUE INTO THIS EVENING. THIS WILL RESULT IN CONTINUED WIDESPREAD AREAL AND FLASH FLOODING…MAINLY … Continue reading