Remnants of Laura on Final Approach

Good Friday morning, Kentucky! The next 24-48 hours are about to bring active weather across the area. We have multiple threats that we are monitoring with the remnants of Laura on final approach. The National Hurricane Center issued the final advisory this morning for Tropical Depression Laura. The center of low pressure is located over […]

Hot and Muggy Conditions are here to Stay

Happy Friday, WABBLES! Widespread showers and storms have moved out after sticking with us through the overnight hours. The rain was a welcomed relief in the midst of a very warm pattern. The storms move out in time for the weekend, but hot and muggy conditions are here to stay. Drier Today The rain has […]

Toasty Temperatures Grip WABBLES

Hey there, everyone! Good Tuesday to you. Yesterday we welcomed June, the “official start to hurricane season” ,with pleasant conditions and comfy temperatures. Starting today, toasty temperatures grip WABBLES. Hurricane Season is Upon Us June 1st marked the beginning of hurricane season and things are already beginning to fire up. While hurricanes typically do not […]

Nicer Friday While Awaiting Effects of Barry

A few scattered downpours and thunderstorms were able to rumble across the area yesterday afternoon along the cold front. Good news is that the cold front is long past and we’ll see a nicer Friday while awaiting effects of Barry. Lower Humidity to Close the Week Finally, some decent news. The cold front of yesterday […]

Florence Approaches with Showery Weather

Good morning folks! I hope everyone has had a wonderful weekend so far, and is looking ahead to the week. The main part of the forecast is that Florence approaches with shower weather, which means nicer weather than we have had. Sunday and Monday Gloom The remnants of Florence have finally begun to move out […]

Great Weather Thru Monday; Irma Lurks

Happy Saturday, fellow south central Kentuckians!  After a work week of (mostly) incredible weather, the weekend will follow suit.  With that being said, you’ll need to soak it in while you can, before the spirit of Hurricane Irma impacts the area next week. It’s another cool start for us across the entire region (see map […]

Tropical Storm Cindy is moving in!

wxornotBG 6/22/17: Tropical Storm Cindy has made landfall, and looks to bring a concerning, complicated forecast for south central Kentucky. Publicado por Landon Hampton em Quinta, 22 de junho de 2017 Forecast Discussion Good morning, everybody! I hope y’all have an umbrella or rain jacket because we’re about to have quite a bit of rain […]

The Week in Tropical Weather

I have come to the conclusion that I post way too much about the tropics. I am no expert in tropical meteorology, I wouldn’t even call myself an amateur. Tropical Meteorology is a much different animal than mid-latitude meteorology, and as such, it is difficult for me to apply my knowledge of mid-latitude meteorology to […]

Tropical Depression Four Forms

Well, last evening, Tropical Depression Four formed in the southern portions of the Gulf of Mexico, specifically in the Bay of Campeche. This storm (as of 10 pm CDT) is located about 145 miles east-southeast of Tuxpan, Mexico and is moving to the west at 7 mph. It is a fairly young system, and will likely […]

Tropical Depression Bonnie Lives Again

In one of the biggest underdog stories of the year, and in an upset that defies forecasts and models, Bonnie has been resurrected, and is a Tropical Depression once more. She died shortly after making landfall on Sunday in South Carolina, but her circulation has remained in tact, and she is now over the warm […]