Month: June 2020

Stormy Setup Though Next Week

Good Friday, folks. Scattered showers and thunderstorms continue to crank today across central and eastern Kentucky. This is all part of a stormy setup that looks to hang tough into next week. Even as temps steam up this...

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Storms Go Against The Grain

Good Thursday, everyone. The much talked about upper level low is back into the region today, bringing an increased threat for showers and thunderstorms. This action kicks off what looks to be a much more active setup that turns...

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Upper Low Comes Back At Us

Good Wednesday, everybody. It’s another cooler than normal day as we watch our upper low slowly return to sender. This system worked out of our region into the Mid-Atlantic states a few days ago and now it’s looping...

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A Squeeze Play Of A Pattern

Good Tuesday, everyone. We continue to see our upper level low spinning just to our east, but this tries to back west over the next few days. At the same time, steamy temps are being funneled into the Mississippi Valley ahead of...

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Upper Low Issues This Week

Good Monday, folks. Our upper level low continues to work across the state and will stall just to our east and southeast today. These systems like to wobble and this one may actually wobble back toward us over the next few days....

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Scattered Stuff The Next Few Days

Good Sunday, everyone. It’s a full blown late September day across the region as temps continue to skew well below normal. The problem comes in the form of a system diving in here and cutting off just to our east. This...

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