We interrupt this perfect Fall weather to take a peek at the coming winter. Not the colors of the fuzzy caterpillars or the inside of the persimmon seed, but the long range forecast released by the NOAA Climate Prediction Center:
If you're already missing summer in Kentucky, then this isn't going to help. And if, like me, you're a much bigger fan of autumn, well, just picture all the greenery in shades of red, orange, yellow, and gold.
The approach of Fall means the beginning of the tristate's second severe weather season. And, according to the National Weather Service, we may get a sneak preview this afternoon. Parts of the WBKR listening area have been placed under a slight risk of severe weather.
Did you happen this "story" in your Facebook feed in the last week? After the winter we had last, it didn't seem that far-fetched. However, this winter forecast prediction story is fake. It's from the satirical and entertainment website Empire News.
Living in this area of the country, we all know that at any given point, a storm can get goin'. With storm season here, tornadoes are a major threat. Kenergy Corp. wants to remind you that the "First 72 Is On You".
We have had our fair share of tornados over the years. And I guess "fair share" sounds like odd terminology under the circumstances, but nonetheless, we've had plenty. And I've never met ANYone who's complained about local news cutting into regular programming to cover it.
It seems like it always rains and storms at the International Bar-B-Q Festival in downtown Owensboro and this year was no exception. There were two big bouts of rain on Saturday. And Friday kicked off with a bang as storm clouds rolled in and started to swirl right above the festival. Check this out! I happened to have my iPhone handy and things were looking a little sketchy.
The city of Boonville is under a state of emergency for the next 8 hours. Travel in Boonville should be limited to essential travel only. Officials are calling the damage in Boonville "massive" and many streets are unsafe to travel...
The National Weather Service is warning of another severe weather outbreak this afternoon and the tristate is right in the heart of the area of concern. In fact, The Weather Channel has issued its TOR:CON ratings, which serve as a pretty accurate indicator of tornado-like conditions. See what we're looking at here . . .
For the second straight day, the tristate is under a severe weather threat and tornadoes are a strong possibility in portions of the WBKR listening area. Over the weekend, CNN, knowing that the Midwest was facing multiple days of a serious tornado outbreak, published a really cool video about twisters. Here are 10 Tornado Facts That Will Blow Your Mind.
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