Three out of the four season have made an appearance across the country this week.
Enjoy a brief cool down before the heat and humidity get cooking again late week.
Parts of Oklahoma and Texas are bracing for a significant severe weather event Monday with the potential for strong tornadoes, very large hail, damaging winds, and flooding.
Another round will fire up bringing chances for storms late this afternoon through the evening hours.
A strong storm or two will be possible Sunday afternoon and evening as a cold front nudges into the Commonwealth.
We’ll rinse and repeat tomorrow with more heat and humidity plus pop-up thunderstorms.
Summer has arrived in the Bluegrass!
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for northern Kentucky this evening.
The sudden surge of summer will bring rising temperatures and humidity levels this weekend.
Researchers will use drones along with a number of other tools to better understand how supercells unravel tornadoes.
A major warm up is on the way that will bring a taste of summer to the Bluegrass.
NASA is planning on sending the first woman ever and the first man in nearly five decades to the moon by 2024.
We are putting the cool and cloudy days in the rear view, and getting set for a very summery pattern.
If you’re starting to think it seems to rain almost every weekend, you’d be right.
The week begins with a definite spring chill, but by the weekend it will be feeling like summer again.