Wintry Weather on the Way

Good Morning to all of you across WABBLES! We have a shorter, but very important blog post for you today as we discuss the incoming chances for wintry weather. Today Talking briefly about today, we currently have the cold front that will help set up the snow chances off to the northwest and will continue […]

Wild, Wintry Times are Ahead

Good Sunday morning, folks! I hope everyone has enjoyed this weekend so far (I sure have). Enjoy the next couple of days, because wild, wintry times are ahead beginning Monday night. Relatively Calm Through Monday Evening As you’re heading out for church or to run errands this morning, you’ll note that the weather….isn’t all that […]

Old Man Winter Isn’t Finished With us yet

Relatively Mild Sunday Hey folks! Hope everyone is having a great weekend. This day is going to be one of the more wild days that we have experienced in quite a while weather wise. It looks like Old Man Winter Isn’t Finished With us yet! We’re waking up to partly or mostly cloudy skies across […]

Winter Storm WARNING Issued For Bowling Green

Region UPGRADED to a Winter Storm WARNING Posted by Landon Hampton on Monday, 15 January 2018   Hey, folks! You may be thinking, “Whoa, this is a late night post!” You’d be right. We are currently experiencing a joyful surprise with an overachieving winter storm. Thus, we have been placed under a Winter Storm Warning […]

Snowfall Impacts Great Lakes States Over the Weekend

Each wintertime, plenty of snowfall impacts the Great Lakes region of the US. The proximity to warm lake waters and cold air creates a combination that produces a lot of precipitation along the lake shores and inland from them. Late last week and into this past weekend, a major outbreak of Arctic air spread southward […]

Significant Snow Event Affects Iowa and Illinois

Yesterday, one of the first winter storms of the season impacted much of central/northern Illinois and eastern Iowa. An amplified and fairly strong shortwave trough propagated eastward across the central Midwestern states yesterday, setting the region to see a fairly significant snowfall. Much of the day, strong divergence was present within the mid and upper […]

Appreciate The Past Year Of Snow

As a whole, neither of the past two winters (so far) have wildly deviated from the normal. In fact, as crazy as that two week period in February and March of 2015 was, this winter’s December might have been the wildest extreme, with many locations in central Kentucky seeing temperatures at least 10ºF above normal. My point […]

Heavy Snow Across Rocky Mountains

As much as 4 feet of snow may fall across the Rocky Mountains through early next week. This is thanks to a large cutoff low parked over the western U.S.   It isn't over yet! Colorado Daily Snow -> — OpenSnow (@findOpenSnow) April 13, 2015 Thankfully the Rockies are away for the next […]

Nearly 3 ft of Snow in 24 Hours in Buffalo

Buffalo, New York saw nearly 3 feet of snow in 24 hours yesterday as a Lake effect snow band slammed into the area. Communities in and around the Buffalo area are digging out of their houses after drifts buried their front doors! Some people had to be rescued from their vehicles on as snow quickly […]