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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Earlier in the week ( on my stormtopper forecast) I mentioned caution with the outlook on the 4th with Hurricane Alex potentially being pulled northeast into an approaching trough. However modeling over the last few days has indicated the presence of … Continue reading
So far for Bowling Green the average temperature acoording to the nws has been 79.6*F this month, the average temperature is 74.4*F while the record is 81.5*F back in 1952. I’m expecting the last week of the month to be … Continue reading
Moisture will continue to move north off the gulf of Mexico into our region on the backside of a high pressure for Thursday and Friday allowing for a chance of isolated non severe storms both days. Summertime temperatures again will … Continue reading
Watching radar trends closely to see if Bowling Green will see a cluster of storms currently to the west by late afternoon. Check back later.
Eventhough the spc does have a severe thunderstorm watch for our area, a band of strong to severe storms has formed across western kentucky this evening and will move toward the Bowling Green area between 8 and 10 pm tonight. … Continue reading
outside of any scattered storms this weekend will continue to be hot and humid with highs in the low 90’s and dewpoints in the 70’s making it feel near or over 100. allow extra caution if outdoors.
heat index values both at the mesonet site and at the airport have been running in the 95-100 range this afternoon. This is thanks in large part to a very moist atmosphere( dewpoints in the mid 70’s) and temps getting … Continue reading
Updated weekend forecast 6/9/10 1. Leftovers of the front dying out over the region today will lift northward throughout the week allowing for more muggy and hot air to stream back north into our region. However this will allow for a … Continue reading
Here is an overview of the expected weather the next two weeks. If severe weather is expected ( most likely middle of next week if at all) or the tropics become more active another update may be needed before the … Continue reading
The same frontal boundary which has been in place since Wednesday will again be the trigger for scattered to numerous thunderstorms late this afternoon and evening. LI values are in the extremely unstable range near -10 just east of Bowling green and … Continue reading