After just under 4 years at ABC 36, I'm moving on. My family and I are headed to WTVG in Toledo, Ohio, but we'll miss Kentucky!
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect across southeastern Kentucky today, with another round of heavy-hitting t-storms.
Scattered, strong thunderstorms will accompany high heat and humidity again today. Flash flooding is occurring in Fleming Co.
Drought relief has become a little more limited since the workweek began, as thunderstorms are covering less ground. It's hot!
Our rainfall deficit has decreased from just under 8" to less than 5" now, thanks to recent heavy rain this past weekend.
Widespread rain is slowly pushing into southern Kentucky from Tennessee, and the next few days will bring drought relief.
With a rainfall deficit of 7.67" for the year so far, we need additional rain. There is good hope for showers & t-storms soon.
The heat wave has certainly ended, with Jackson, KY tieing a record coolest high on Monday. Scattered t-storms, south...
Sunday's severe thunderstorms provided a loud exclamation point at the end of the long stretch of near-record heat.
After our hottest day in almost 76 years, a round of strong to potentially severe thunderstorms should arrive, late tomorrow.
Record heat continues again today. This morning's post takes a look at yesterday's severe reports, and the potential for more on Sunday.
Temperatures will soar into record territory again today. Isolated, strong thunderstorms will develop in the afternoon, for some.
The heat wave will continue for about five more days, through this Independence Day. Humidity is rising.
Yes, it's still hot. The heat will continue to be with us for a while. However, it isn't *as* hot as it was. Spotty t-storms will form.
After 4 days of 100°+ heat, we return to the double digit heat today. Many areas had wind damage last night with the storms.
High pressure will provide plenty of sunshine and hot temperatures this week.
Rainfall is needed, but it isn't coming east, at least in central Kentucky. Most of today's t-storms will occur in southeastern Kentucky.
Our first complete day of the official summer season will be hot. Spotty t-storms will bring hope for rain later today & tomorrow.
Summer will begin at 7:09 this evening. We'll climb to near 91° today, and 90° again tomorrow before a cooldown.
The next three days will be hot with highs at or barely above 90. Meanwhile, rainfall will be very scarce.
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