Dry and Sunny Start to April

Good April Fools morning, folks, and welcome to April 2020! We hope everyone is doing well and remaining socially distant! Skies began to clear out during the late afternoon hours yesterday, and now we will have a dry and sunny start to April. We’ll Welcome Some Sunshine High pressure will be building in over the […]

We Finally Have Some Quiet Weather

Well folks, while we’ve all been cooped up in our homes, we’ve had some gloomy weather the past few days. With multiple rounds of rain yesterday, we received 0.24 inches of rain, bringing our monthly total for March up to 7.04 inches, and 17.92 inches since January 1. We are a whopping 7 inches above […]

Active Pattern for Remainder of Week

The abnormally wet spring hasn’t loosened it’s grip much on the Ohio River Valley. We have received nearly double the normal amount rainfall for mid-March, coming in at 4.57 inches for the March 1-17 timeframe. Since January 1, Bowling Green has received a soggy 15.45 inches of rain, which is 5.5 inches more than normal. […]

Quiet Weather Today, Slight Risk for Storms Tomorrow

February was an active and very wet month, with a total rainfall of 6.12 inches, which is 2.16 inches above normal. This active pattern has continued into March. Since the beginning of the month, we have already received just under 3 inches of rain. While it will be mostly cloudy and quiet weather today, there […]

Sunny Wednesday Before Rain Returns

This week has started off with some very unsettling and dangerous weather, with large hail, and some Flash Flooding. One particular storm produced a brief but strong tornado in SE Warren County, crossing over into Allen County just after midnight on Tuesday morning. Luckily, quiet weather is here, as we can expect a sunny Wednesday […]

Gloomy Weather Wednesday

Unsettled weather has been the story so far for February, so why stop now? After a mostly dry Tuesday morning, rain finally moved back into the region last night. This active system will continue across the Ohio Valley today, so expect a gloomy weather Wednesday. Rain Showers… Seems like every week we have a potent […]

Quiet Weather Returns to WABBLES

We have been stuck in an active pattern for the start of the year, with a February 1 to 18 rainfall total of 5.03 inches, which is 2.46 inches above normal. Since January 1, we have received 9.79 inches of rain, which is 3.61 inches above normal. Luckily we will finally see a break as […]

Flash Flood Watch in Effect as Active Weather Approaches WABBLES Today

As we get closer to the halfway mark in February, we can’t help but look at how similar January and February 2020 is to the beginning months of 2019. This time last year, we had a January 1 to February 11 rainfall total of 8.39 inches. As of yesterday, Bowling Green has an official rainfall […]

Flood Watch in Effect This Evening

Good Wednesday morning to you, and welcome to wxornotBG! I sure hope you were able to stay dry after what was a soggy and very dreary Tuesday. Unfortunately, more of the wet stuff is in the forecast, so a Flood Watch will be in effect this evening. Soaking Rains Continue A large-scale low pressure system […]

Gloomy Weather Pattern Continues

Good morning friends, and welcome back to wxornotBG! Hope your week has been off to a fabulous start, and now the weekend is quickly approaching. While Monday was delightfully sunny, yesterday was another dreary day. The gloomy weather pattern continues as we get closer to the weekend. Rain and Snow Mix Early This Morning Our […]