After a couple of rounds of severe weather rolled through the Tri-State Friday night and early Saturday, residents still need to be weather aware going into Saturday evening/night and for all day Sunday.
According to Ron Rhodes from Eyewitness News, this weekend is shaping up to a potentially stormy one. In fact, the National Weather Service has placed the entire WBKR listening area under an enhanced risk of severe weather Friday.
After a wild night of severe thunderstorms, a new system is headed our way with a MODERATE risk potential for later Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Here's the latest from the National Weather Service in Paducah: Locally heavy rain and lightning will dominate most of the storms early Tuesda…
Happy Easter! The majority of the day is going to be beautiful, but severe weather is on the horizon for this afternoon and evening. In fact, parts of the WBKR listening area face a SLIGHT RISK of severe weather. Here's the latest from the National Weather Service.
The Weather Channel is warning residents of the Ohio Valley that a tornado outbreak could occur today. In fact, the network's tornado expert Dr. Greg Forbes has placed parts of Western Kentucky in a TOR:CON 6 category. Here's what that means . . .
Veteran's Day is shaping up to be a potentially stormy one. The National Weather Service has placed the tristate under an "enhanced" severe weather threat. Here's what that means and what we can expect.