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Brian Goode
Louisville
Grew up in Louisville and attended Western Kentucky University.
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It was a chilly start to the day with lows more typical of November than September. This pic from Aaron Hale shows how chilly it got there in Springfield, KY. And Aaron wasn't alone. We had several 30s reported this... Continue reading
Posted 1 hour ago at Weather Blog
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As many of you know....the sun's direct angle toward the earth will cross the equator tonight at 10:29pm ET. That will make an equinox. In this case, the Autumnal Equinox. (source: timeanddate) The main sun angle it on its way... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Weather Blog
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This post will mainly focus on the extended (as I am always looking ahead). The main issues for the week ahead (shorter-term) are really simple. Dry. It looks cool tonight with low 50s (few 40s away from city). Coolest morning... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Weather Blog
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Overall---nice weather through Saturday with 80 degree temperatures showing back up onto the map. The next front still on tap for Sunday. I am still seeing some timing differences with the rain. EURO is thinking more mid/late morning through mid... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Weather Blog
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The models have been doing horrible lately with cloud cover and therefore forecast highs. We have been trending cooler than the models were advertising...and so far that seems to be lining up. There are increasing signs of sunshine in our... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Weather Blog
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Several items to discuss with this post today. Let's start with the front moving through tonight. SPOTTY SHOWERS: Overall, the main rain with this will be to our north heading into Ohio. Our northern counties in IN stand the best... Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2014 at Weather Blog
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The days are now counting down to the Autumnal Equinox (Fall) ... kicks in next Monday evening. But, we don't have to wait that long of course. Fall-like weather has been here for a few days, and will remain for... Continue reading
Posted Sep 14, 2014 at Weather Blog
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Old record for September 11th is 1.87" set back on 1965. Louisville International now stands at 2.94" with more spotty showers on the radar. So we could easily cross 3.00" for this event. Here is a map of reported totals... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2014 at Weather Blog
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Overall, forecast is on track for this evening/overnight. Common questions being asked: - Other than the Tornado WATCH for far northern sections, will the rest of us see a WATCH of some sort later? A) It is possible. If SPC... Continue reading
Posted Sep 10, 2014 at Weather Blog
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This post will break down the setup for this afternoon/tonight, then I will touch base on the weekend. JUST IN--- Tornado WATCH until 9pm for our far northern sections---Jackson/Jennings/Lawrence THE SETUP: NOW- Cloud cover over the area now is limited... Continue reading
Posted Sep 10, 2014 at Weather Blog
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Quick post today.... I am not going to spend lots of time on any severe risk for tomorrow night, as the parameters are just not that impressive at all. SPC remains with the risk for later Wednesday into early Thursday...and... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2014 at Weather Blog
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SPC has placed parts of the area (mainly IN) for the SLIGHT RISK for severe storms Wednesday evening/overnight. So let's break down this setup...as when we get into this time of the year, fronts gets stronger and the risk for... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2014 at Weather Blog
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NOAA has decrease their risk for an El NINO this fall/winter to 60-65%. Previous outlooks were 65%, 70% and as high as 80% with its update late last spring. Current status: 0.0°C. Which about as NEUTRAL as you can get.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2014 at Weather Blog
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Ahh yes, change is in the air. And I would expect many more changes in our weather pattern as the month continues. We are now winding down on the summer season: The video covers the latest on next cold front... Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2014 at Weather Blog
Are you still awake? Here is the overnight update for storm chances and of course...a sneak peek into the long range!! The tropics are going to highly drive how the next 2-3 weeks turns out. So lots of questions on... Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2014 at Weather Blog
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Items discussed: - Storm chances this afternoon - 90s return - Friday night front - Sunday cool-down - Perhaps a bigger change later? The lower 48 is about to see more of a battle of summer and fall by the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2014 at Weather Blog
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SHORT TERM- This afternoon-Tuesday The models are struggling with the storm coverage so far today. Isolated storms continue at this hour...mainly south of the WK/BG Parkways. We cannot rule isolated development more to the north later. With the U/L game...we... Continue reading
Posted Sep 1, 2014 at Weather Blog
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I normally don't issue a fall outlook, but many of you have been trying to press the thoughts out of me. So I caved. NOTE: I will issue my usual disclaimers here. These are just my thoughts about the weather... Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2014 at Weather Blog
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This will be a quick post as I am heading up to Henryville Elementary shortly.... Looking over the morning data....everything seems on track for scattered storms across Kentucky this afternoon. Latest forecast instability shows the storm zone nicely. Basically the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2014 at Weather Blog
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I think many of you know where this post is going...but we certainly have some good news on the drought threat front. Latest numbers in this morning have really cut back on the "abnormally" dry areas of our region. Only... Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2014 at Weather Blog
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SHORT TERM: We have a weak cold front that has sagged down into our region today. It is barely crawling, so there isn't much support for widespread activity. However, with the heat/humidity at play so far this afternoon--- a few... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2014 at Weather Blog
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In case you missed it....here is my story that aired last night about the 2017 Eclipse. This is an update to the story I first did back in 2012. CLICK HERE FOR THE STORY Now, a few questions have been... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2014 at Weather Blog
The heat wave continues....we have now reached day 7 of 90°+. Longest streak this summer is 8 days back in June. We have a chance to at least match that...and even break it. But the a cold front in the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 26, 2014 at Weather Blog
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While the heat rages on across our area, the usual folks at the Farmer's Almanac are already issuing their winter thoughts. This is the overall map idea: Highlights: - 75% of the country to experience BELOW normal temperatures - Coldest... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2014 at Weather Blog
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Quick update regarding the storm risk this afternoon... SPC continues with just a 5% risk for severe storms ...which is BELOW SLIGHT RISK level. There are storms now tracking into Indiana that will send blow off cirrus clouds overhead shortly.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 20, 2014 at Weather Blog