While severe weather has devastated sections of the Midwest, Louisville has remained relatively unscathed. Severe storms and heavy rains have caused a number of problems, but the city has dodged the worst incidents. Most notably, several waves of storms were headed for the area yesterday (Wednesday), but scattered, bringing only strong winds and rain, and… Continue reading NWS Predicting End to Storms, Mild Summer
Everyone complains about it and no one does anything about it… but this summer we’re complaining even more than usual. The weather’s been so hot this year that many of us consider it a relief when the high temperature of the day is “only ninety degrees.” Is this global warming? Natural weather cycles? Bad luck? Impending apocalypse? We’ll find out when local meteorologists join us to explain why it’s so darn hot. Listen to the Show
by Stephanie Crosby Some of the highest temperatures of the summer so far are in the forecast for this week. Forecaster Mike Callahan with the National Weather Service says highs in the mid-to-upper 90s are well-above average temperatures for this time of year. Many counties in the far eastern part of Kentucky are under a… Continue reading Highest Temperatures of the Summer Predicted for Louisville Area
State health officials say as summer heat picks up, so does the chance for injury from pool chemicals.
Louisville’s public swimming pools will open this weekend. Officials don’t expect last year’s closure of five outdoor pools to put a damper on the season.