Rainy and then weather conditions from now through Friday could make for dicey road conditions on New Year’s Eve. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The National Weather Service is forecasting showers starting late Wednesday night followed by a cold front that will likely create slick roads throughout Kentucky on Thursday and Friday. Angela Lese is […]
Twenty-five new weather stations have been erected in some rural parts of Kentucky over the last twelve months – almost doubling the size of the program called Kentucky Mesonet. It’s run by the Kentucky Climate Center in Bowling Green on a three-million dollar federal grant. Forecaster Ryan Sharp with the National Weather Service in Louisville […]
Heavy rains today and strong winds tomorrow could result in a number of downed power lines in the Louisville area. Angie Lese is a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Louisville. She says Louisville is under a high wind watch because of a cold front that will be moving from the southern plains to […]
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A cold front will lower temperatures and drop some heavy rain on the Louisville Thursday and Friday.
Some parts of Louisville and southern Indiana got record amounts of rain in yesterday’s storms, and more rain is in the forecast this week. National Weather Service in Louisville forecaster Joe Ammerman says some areas of Louisville received about four inches of rain, and parts of southern Indiana got even more. He says that resulted […]
University of Kentucky Meteorologist Tom Priddy says another El Nino weather pattern is on the way, which could mean warmer temperatures this winter for Kentucky. Priddy says scientists started noticing a warming pattern in the Pacific Ocean last month, and are expecting the warm-up to continue through the fall. He says that temperature increase adds […]
Here is the statement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency on President Barack Obama’s major disaster declaration.
Possible tornado damage has been reported in western and south central Kentucky.
A mass of frigid air is sitting over the Louisville area, causing unseasonably cold weather. Forecaster Tom Reaugh with the National Weather Service in Louisville says the cold snap should be over soon. “The cold air will move off to the east and we’ll moderate back to near normal readings for high temperatures in the […]