Flipping the Pattern Switch for the Holiday Weekend

We’ve spent much of the past week under the influence of an upper-level low pressure system that has kept temperatures below average and rain showers ever-present across WABBLES. But the good news is that we’re finally getting it out of there as we’ll be flipping the pattern switch for the holiday weekend. Warming Back Up […]

Active Weather Pattern Continues Into the Weekend

Good Wednesday morning, folks, and thank you for visiting wxornotBG! It has been a soggy start to the week across the Commonwealth. With yesterday’s rainfall measurement of 0.48 inches, we have now recorded at least a trace of rainfall everyday since last Friday (May 15). However, our rainfall total for May so far is only […]

Warm Weather Brings Weekend Storm Chances

It took awhile, but it appears Spring has finally made it’s return to the WABBLES area the back half of this week. Now, the old saying is “April showers bring May flowers”, but it’s looking more like we’ll be dealing with some May showers…and thunderstorms. A couple of systems will be moving through the area, […]

Below Normal Temperatures Keep Their Grip on Kentucky

After a rainy Friday, much needed sunshine returns for the weekend and into next week. Yesterday’s rain measurement of 0.30 inches brings our 2020 total so far to a whopping 24.38 inches. Our normal amount of rainfall from January 1 to May 9 is 17.19 inches. This means that we are 6.59 inches of rain […]

Soggy Friday Leads to a Record Cold Weekend

This week has been a fairly nondescript one weatherwise. After early week rainfall, we settled into a calmer pattern down the homestretch…but Mother Nature has other plans as we head into the weekend. That’s right, rain returning on a soggy Friday leads to a record cold weekend. Low Pressure Leads to Rain Showers have overspread […]

Below Normal Temperatures Stay Around for WABBLES

Good Wednesday morning folks! After what was a warm start to May, yesterday was the first day of cooler temperatures. Unfortunately, this trend of below normal temperatures will stay around for WABBLES. Decreasing Clouds for Today Taking a look at current radar, we can see light rain showers are exiting the WABBLES region. Luckily for […]

May Starts On a Gorgeous Note

A dreary past couple of days look to finally be behind us as the low pressure that kept us under clouds and showers (well, mostly) is scooting on out of here and leaving us with high pressure in it’s place, drying us out and bringing the sunshine back. And you know what that means: May […]

Rainy Weather for WABBLES until Friday

Good Wednesday morning folks, and I hope your week has been off to a great start. After what has been a pleasant start to the week, a cold front will continue to bring rainy weather for WABBLES until Friday. Morning Conditions Current radar (6:25 AM) shows the overnight showers have mostly vanished, but the bulk […]

After Dry Friday, the Weekend Turns Wet

We saw a gorgeous first half of the week with the sunshine interrupted by a rainy day on Thursday…we’ll get a quick break today before more rain moves in tomorrow. That’s right, after a dry Friday, the weekend turns wet. Briefly Dry Friday We’ll be drying out for our Friday as a weak area of […]

Increasing Clouds Today Ahead of Next Rain Chances

Good Wednesday morning folks, and welcome to wxornotBG! After a sunny and pleasant start to the week, we finally will see a change of pace in the forecast. We can expect increasing clouds today ahead of the next rain chances. Clouds Moving In Clouds will be moving in today as the high pressure that has […]