We are almost a week out from the total solar eclipse and I guarantee this probably won't be the weirdest story you'll read, but it's pretty odd. Yes, there's a map where you can possibly see the eclipse AND a Sasquatch or, in this case, a Sunsquatch.
School is starting in less than two weeks for most students around Kentucky. A few school systems in Western Kentucky are getting an early extra day off when the total solar eclipse comes around on Monday, August 21st.
I spoke with Eyewitness News Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart earlier today about the inevitability of the kind of heat wave we're experiencing. This one is our first of the summer, compared to last year when there was one that went nine days in June.
The National Weather Service in Paducah, KY, is anticipating some nasty weather the rest of this week with a slight possibility of tornadoes. Download our new app to keep you up-to-date on all weather info!