Four Tornados Confirmed Wednesday Night

The National Weather Service storm survey crews have confirmed at least four tornados struck parts of Louisville last night. The first tornado struck around 8 pm last night, and Meteorologist Ted Funk says it was the most significant. “Based on our storm survey,” says Funk “the heaviest damage was near the intersection of Floyd Street… Continue reading Four Tornados Confirmed Wednesday Night

Beshear Supports Army Corps Decision to Detonate Missouri Levee

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear praised a decision by the Army Corps of Engineers to breach a nearly two-mile-wide gap in an earthen levee in Missouri late Monday, unleashing a deluge into 130,000 acres of farmland in a last-ditch effort to save a town from rising flood waters. On Sunday, the attorney general of Missouri asked… Continue reading Beshear Supports Army Corps Decision to Detonate Missouri Levee

NWS Records Warmest June on Record for Louisville

by Stephanie Crosby Louisvillians experienced the hottest June on record for the city last month, according to records from the National Weather Service. Forecaster Ryan Sharp says the average temperature for June was almost seven degrees above average for the city. He says that trend doesn’t necessarily speak for what the area can expect for… Continue reading NWS Records Warmest June on Record for Louisville