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 […]

Cristobal’s Remnants Impact the Region

Good morning! I hope everyone has had a fantastic start to the week. Recently we’ve seen lots of sun and beautiful sunsets. Today will be a bit different from the recent theme as Cristobal’s remnants impact the region. Chance of Strong to Severe Storms As Cristobal works its way up through Missouri and Arkansas, the […]

Scud Season Is Upon Us

With a warm, soupy air mass in place this time of year, conditions become ripe for rogue, “pop up” thunderstorm development. With summer creeping up, it’s safe to say, scud season is upon us. What’s Scud? The official definition for scud, taken from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, is as follows: Scud (or Fractus) […]

Spotty Showers for Memorial Day and Beyond

Good morning, everyone, and happy Memorial Day! As we remember those who sacrificed their lives for us back home, make sure to keep social distancing, but also enjoy the day! Although it will be warm, spotty showers are possible for Memorial Day and beyond. Memorial Day Tornado Outbreak: 1 Year Anniversary Around this time in […]

Severe Threat Overnight

Good morning, and Happy Easter everyone! Yesterday we had one more dry, sunshine filled day. However, today will be a different a story. Rain is the main star of the show for your Easter Sunday and behind it brings a severe threat for the overnight hours. Soggy For Most of the Day on Easter Unfortunately, […]

Beautiful Conditions Today, Storms Tomorrow

Good morning, Kentucky, and welcome back to wxornotBG. I hope this post finds you and your loved ones well! Beautiful conditions today make way for storm chances tomorrow as an approaching cold front looms a slight risk for severe weather over WABBLES. I’ve got all the details below! Warm Temps Today If you’re a fan […]

Severe Weather Possible Tonight

Good morning, Kentucky! Severe weather is possible tonight, but the daylight hours look beautiful. I’ve got all the details in the post below! Today: Warm, Very Windy, Possible T-Storm Later The atmospheric setup A strong low pressure system will track northeast from Kansas to Iowa today and put the Commonwealth within the warm sector (the […]

Wet and Stormy Days Ahead

Good morning, South-Central Kentucky! Welcome to Thursday. We have the chance for some active weather to roll through today, but it doesn’t stop there. Wet and stormy days are ahead for the WABBLES area. Enhanced Risk for Severe Weather Today The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has upgraded our area to an Enhanced Risk of severe […]

Wild and Windy WABBLES Weather (Saturday Morning Severe Threat)

We have already got quite a bit going this Saturday morning with wind gusts approaching 50mph and strong storms moving across western Kentucky. A wind advisory is in effect through Saturday night. There has been one storm near Benton, East of Paducah, that has produced severe wind as well as a couple tornado-warned circulations. Weak […]

Active Pattern Through the End of the Week

Howdy folks, and happy Wednesday to you all! Yesterday’s storms sure did pack a punch, as we saw some flooding (*cough*…Fairview Plaza… *cough*), plenty of fallen trees, and power outages. Bowling Green airport even measured a wind gust of 59 mph! We could definitely use the rain, and more is on the way as we […]