From prime summertime heat and humidity, to what seemed like never ending rain and storms, and chilly mornings; this month was a bit all over the map.
It’s no secret that we’re entering a very stagnant weather pattern. The persistent heat ridge will bring a very familiar forecast each day through the
The sultry air is back! A heat wave will bring “steam heat” to the Bluegrass through early next week.
While you’re outside enjoying everything that summer has to offer, don’t forget to protect your skin.
Lightning strikes are one of the leading weather-related causes of death year after year.
Today, Lexington tied a June rainfall record from 1889!
Two EF-1 tornadoes were confirmed as a result of Friday night’s storm complex.
There were some pretty cool clouds across the skies of central Kentucky ahead of Friday night’s mesoscale convective system (MCS).
Forecast for the Lexington Legends home series against the Columbia Fireflies
Summer officially begins on June 21st at 11:54 AM.
A typical summertime pattern for this weekend’s match up with the Greenville Drive!
4-Day Rainfall Totals
Another round of rain and storms will bring more severe and flood potential through this evening.
There will be an opportunity to get a little outdoor time for Father’s Day. That break, will be bittersweet
Two clusters of thunderstorms will be ramping up wind, rain, and hail for Father’s Day.