Mainly clear with a few areas of high clouds and patchy fog.
MORE GORGEOUS WEATHER:
Don’t expect much overall change in our weather for the next two days. Today and Thursday will feature more sunshine with just a few clouds and warm conditions by day – mainly clear and comfortable conditions at night. Highs will reach the mid 80s with lows around 60°.
BUDDY WALK/TRASHMASTER’S WEEKEND:
The latest data speeds up the arrival of our next weather maker. It now appears our next decent shot for rain will come late Friday afternoon and evening, with showers gone by Saturday morning. That timing bodes well for the Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome in Bowling Green along with the Trashmaster’s Lake Shore Cleanup at Barren River Lake Saturday. Both weekend days look dry at this time, with highs in the upper 70s to around 80° along with seasonably mild overnight lows.
UNSETTLED EARLY NEXT WEEK:
The weather pattern turns more active late Monday into Tuesday, with chances for showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. Temperatures will stay seasonable for mid-September.
Mostly Sunny and Warm… High 84, winds SE-6
Partly Cloudy and Mild…Low 60, winds Calm
Mostly Sunny and Warm… High 85, winds SE-6
How would you like to attend a two-day weather workshop where you’ll learn from some of the best weather experts in the business?
The 2010 Kentucky Weather Workshop will be held November 19th and 20th at the Carroll Knicely Center in Bowling Green.
The workshop is hosted by Kentucky Emergency Management to provide detailed and technical processes used for understanding weather forecasting and modeling. The workshop is open to anyone interested in learning more about weather forecasting and storm spotting.
If you sign up before October 20th, the registration fee is only $20 but will go up after that date. With your registration, you will receive a workshop t-shirt along with a lunch for Friday, dinner Friday night and lunch again on Saturday.
A full agenda has not been set as of this writing but I am working closely with KyEM officials to finalize the schedule of events and presentations.
Yours truly will be making a presentation Saturday the 20th along with meteorologist Jennifer Rukavina from WPSD Channel 6 in Paducah discussing severe weather watch and warning criteria and the many new ways we now have to track and monitor storms.
I will be posting updates here on the workshop, so keep checking back often for the final agenda and any further announcements. In the meantime, if you want to join us, registration is limited to only 300 people and these will go fast – so click on the workshop link below and get signed up today!