Unfortunately it’s not good news when it comes to the weekend forecast.
StormTracker Weather Blog
2018 has become the 34th wettest year on record, and we still have 3 months to go!
It’s all going according to plan. The end of summer will feel like summer. The beginning of fall will feel like fall.
Florence is finished (in the tropical sense). Now we turn our attention back to the Atlantic.
As we slide into autumn we are going to be missing an important ingredient.
Florence is coming to Kentucky. This is what we can expect as it passes through.
For the second time in as many weeks, we are tracking remnants of a tropical cyclone to move through the Commonwealth.
It’s only hours until Hurricane Florence makes landfall over the coastal Carolinas.
Wednesday (9/12) morning update on Hurricane Florence
Tuesday (9/11) evening update on Hurricane Florence
The remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon pushed our rainfall well above our monthly normal.
A staggering amount of rain fell this weekend across the Commonwealth.
The Upper Mississippi and Ohio River Valleys are bracing for what used to be Tropical Storm Gordon. A fairly prominent wave of low pressure that
We are tracking tropical downpours from Gordon arrive in the Bluegrass Saturday night and continue through Monday morning.
Summer nights were filled with the hum of air conditioners.