Tree pollen is the primary allergen during the spring.
Australia is dealing with two different severe tropical cyclones.
Historic and widespread flooding may continue through the spring for parts of the Lower 48.
Thundershowers and hail greeted us on the first full day of spring.
The World Meteorological Organization selected Francine and Milton to replace Florence and Michael, respectively.
The Vernal (Spring) Equinox kicks off the season where days continue getting longer and temperatures continue getting warmer!
An astronomical “double-header” The full moon of March will be occurring at 9:43 pm Wednesday. That’s less than 4 hours after the official beginning of
High water and ice jams in the Great Plains caused a dam failure in Northern Nebraska.
There is an 80% chance that a weak El Niño will continue through the spring, 60% chance into the summer.
Here’s a look at Saint Patrick’s Day Weather History in Lexington.
High winds and severe thunderstorms whipped things up across the Commonwealth Thursday.
The warmth, the wind, and an approaching cold are the necessary ingredients for some strong and severe thunderstorms into the evening hours.
Dress for STEM by wearing purple on March 14th to start the conversation about the need for more women in STEM fields, and to encourage the next generation of Women in STEM.
An impressive late-season winter storm is currently barreling through the middle of the country. This same system will impact the Bluegrass, except we’ll be on the “warm” and stormy side.
The window for some strong storms will open up late this afternoon and continue into the evening.