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Monthly Archives: August 2010
This meteorological summer Jun-Aug is the 3rd warmest on record. This summer will be noted for extremes in the number of hot days and the times it got above 100 in August.
This week portions of Western Kentucky are moving into moderate drought. The rainfall events we have had sinceMay have been have been less frequent than normal but the number of extremely heavy events is above normal in the Bowling Green region … Continue reading
1. We have an area of low pressure near the Louisiana coast which will move northward over the next few days. With this some deeper tropical moisture will move around the edge of the ridge establishing it’s self in the upper lakes. … Continue reading
Over the next few days a very strong ridge will build over the eastern great lakes. For us here in the Bowling Green region this means several things
1. Overall we have very good agreement between the gfs and euro models which should make this an easy forecast. 2. Monday and Tuesday will be sunny and still hot with little wind and highs near 90 as weak high pressure will be … Continue reading
A complex of showers and a few thunderstorms is moving east and southeast into the region well in advance of the front. As a result rain and storms are moving in a little sooner than expected today. Right now periods … Continue reading
Highlights – still warm but drier – scattered storms by the weekend Forecast The front and disturbance which brought heavy rain to region Wednesday will be south of the region with only morning clouds and patchy fog today with highs … Continue reading
3.23 inches of rain fell today which broke the old mark of 1.72 inches in 1931.
we have had several rounds of storms today with hvy rains from a disturbance and moisture from td 5. The rainfall over 2 inches, some mesonet sites over 5 inches of rain has resulted in an increased flood threat today. Addtional … Continue reading