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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Easter Weekend Starts Chilly and Ends Soggy

It was a cool Thursday for much of WABBLES after Wednesday night’s cold front ushered in well below average temperatures for the region. Fortunately, it also ushered in beautiful sunny skies. There are definitely more of both on the way before rain moves back into the picture to finish off the weekend. That’s right, Easter […]

Temperatures on the Rise

Good morning, everyone! That weak cold front that passed through last night is now east of the region this morning leaving behind it high pressure building in. For now, this will bring us dry conditions and temperatures on the rise. Another Picture Perfect Day As you wake up, it might feel a bit chilly outside […]

Temperatures and Storm Chances Rise for the Weekend

Yesterday featured the first 80º reading (81º, as a matter of fact) in Bowling Green since October 11 (which itself feels like an early date, considering how long the upper 90s stuck around here). Despite clouds and rain chances hanging around, we’ll probably be flirting with 80º this afternoon as temperatures and storm chances rise […]

Spring Starts Stormy and Cooler

I know yesterday was technically the first day of Spring (the Vernal Equinox), but today will be the first full day of Spring, seeing as how the official equinox was at 10:50pm last night. And speaking of yesterday, it was quite warm as we were well into the warm sector of the storm system headed […]

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. […]

Soggy but Quieter Weekend Ahead

After yesterday’s strong winds, rather large hail, and even maybe a funnel cloud, we’ll start to calm down into the weekend. I mean, sure, we’ll still see on and off rain chances for the next few days, but nowhere near yesterday’s active weather. In short, a soggy but quieter weekend ahead. A Cooler and Cloudy […]