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Brian Goode
Louisville
Grew up in Louisville (Okolona) and attended Western Kentucky University.
Recent Activity
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Our break from a busy radar will soon end as the risk for showers and thunderstorms will start to enter the picture...in a very scattered fashion. REMEMBER the video is JUST FOR IN-DEPTH discussion purposes only The forecast on TV... Continue reading
Posted 11 hours ago at Weather Blog
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It shouldn't surprise many of you that we will go from an early spring pattern to a more mid-summer one in a matter of a couple days :) That is how we roll around here :) The video really breaks... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Weather Blog
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Strong thunderstorm threat is off the table until next week. SHORT TERM CONCERNS: Heavy rain with this wave of rainfall will continue to slide to the east just after the PM rush. Only spotty showers tonight. The thermometer will barely... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Weather Blog
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Overall, no threat for strong thunderstorms for several days. SHORT-TERM: Nice day today! That will all change in about 24 hours when our next system arrives. The debate on this low pressure will be how north the rain shield will... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Weather Blog
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No thunderstorm threat showing up in the near term. In fact, we are around the record COOL HIGH TEMP for this date. The record is 55° set back in 2011. We are 54° as of this blog update. I suspect... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Weather Blog
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This week looks to be book ended by rain systems. 1st ONE: The moisture belt continues to stretch along I-64. It will struggle for several more hours due to the dry air at the lower levels in WAVE Country. Once... Continue reading
Posted May 16, 2016 at Weather Blog
No long-term blog today due to severe risk. Here is the video breakdown for this afternoon/evening. It continues to look like isolated activity for the short-tern due to weak winds aloft. But, that all changes with a MCS forming to... Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2016 at Weather Blog
We continue to monitor the severe potential this afternoon. An orgnaized high wind threat is possible so we will be on guard for that. Large hail and isolated tornadoes are also possible as secondary threats. Be aware of flash flooding... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Main focus for the video today was Tuesday's severe risk. I will break down the overall pattern below. NOW-3AM: Passing showers/thunder around. Activity should become more isolated in nature as we move into the nighttime period. It will remain humid/muggy... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Main focus continues to be the low pressure influencing our weather ...and will likely continue to do so until late Thursday. SHORT-TERM: We will track the downpours this afternoon (perhaps small hail) the next few hours. Spotty showers will remain... Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2016 at Weather Blog
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The pattern remains with a cool/wet look to start with, then it ramps up to a more summer pattern by Derby. There will be 2 chances for t-storms we will be monitoring... Let me break this down... TONIGHT: Cool night... Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Main focus will be the Derby Week trends into this weekend for Derby and Mother's Day. Overall theme: Cool/wet through mid-week, warmer just in time for the horses... SHORT-TERM (now-Tuesday) We are still tracking a low pressure drifting east to... Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Main focus is this weekend on the monitoring board... NOW-MIDNIGHT: Cloudy with showers approaching from the southwest as the evening progresses. They look fairly light/scattered as they move through. MIDNIGHT-6AM: Spotty showers will continue with a more organized band of... Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Here is the latest monitoring board... Main risk in the short-term will be this weekend. NOW-FRIDAY EVENING: Quiet. Cool tonight and nice/pleasant Friday with highs in the 70s. So the Balloon Rush Hour Race looks good with temps in the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Here is the latest monitoring board... Still tracking 2 "potentials" over the next 7 days. FYI--- the thunderstorm complex that we will track this evening will be handled on our Grab-N-Go video updates on wave3.com and on our WAVE 3... Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Here is the latest monitoring board... 2 "potentials" to track. The first one looks to be a stronger candidate for the board ...but nothing alarming for either one really showing up right now. Just quite active. SHORT-TERM: Quiet tonight. We... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2016 at Weather Blog
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We will get to the latest on Thunder in a moment. Let's get through the days ahead first.... SHORT-TERM: Isolated showers still remain a possibility. They would fight the high pressure in control of our area but hi-res models still... Continue reading
Posted Apr 15, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Our quiet weather pattern continues!! You gotta love blocking patterns :) SHORT TERM: Still watching any influence from that low to our south over the next 24 hours. It appears the outer bands of this system may start to drift... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2016 at Weather Blog
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It is that time of the year again where Colorado State University puts out their first forecast for the upcoming 2016 Tropical Atlantic Season. Dr. William Gray used to put this forecast out every year that the 33 years this... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Main focus on the blog today is the longer term setup. There are a few issues in the short-range to address, however. THURSDAY/FRIDAY: Still watching the weak southern low drift east during this period and open up to just a... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Here is the latest monitoring board... Nothing of significance to track. SHORT TERM ISSUES: Frost Frost Advisory is out for areas to the east of I-65 and a Freeze Watch for our far northern counties. There may be some slight... Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2016 at Weather Blog
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I will break this up into dayparts again. NEXT 6 HOURS: Period of rain showers...mixing with sleet and even changing to all snow showers in a few locations. Especially north of 64. We will be above freezing...no issues. TOWARD SUNRISE:... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Well, another windy day. Getting old, huh? But March/April are our windiest months of the year locally. We just have had them close together this year due to the active jet stream pattern of warm/cold. So what's next? THURSDAY: It'll... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Not exactly a warm/stormy pattern this week. There will be one day of thunderstorm action and that will be tomorrow. Here is the breakdown: TONIGHT: South winds will kick in. Clouds will increase from the north/west as well. All of... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2016 at Weather Blog
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Here is the latest monitoring board... DATE(S) SETUP CONFIDENCE IN SETUP Wednesday A line of rain/thunder 6 out of 10 That is just for thunderstorm risks. The main weather discussion (however) will center on the colder side of things. That... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2016 at Weather Blog