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Weather Archives for 2022-01

Winter Weather Advisory - This Evening into Tomorrow Morning - Brought to you by The Labascus Armory

Your weather blog is brought to you by The Labascus Armory - located on KY 501 in Casey County. Go visit Chad Davenport & the crew today! 

 

The next system to bring some snow to the area is still on track. Today we will have a 90% chance of rain across the area that will later transition to snow. The transition time should occur during the evening hours, this evening.

 

Models are staying pretty consistent without any major changes.

 

A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect this evening through Thursday morning. See the graphic below courtesy of NWS Louisville:

 

 

Also from NWS Louisville is another graphic that outlines the timing for areas who would most likely see snow from 7 PM EST Wednesday - 4 AM EST Thursday.

 

 

Be sure to share out this information, as well as, listen on air on 98.7 on your radio dial, listen live off our website here or even download the free Simple Radio App on your mobile device. Don't forget to also check out our Facebook page as well.

 

I will monitor & share the latest to keep you informed.

 

-Crystal

crystal@shorelinestations.com

 

 

More Snow On The Way? - Brought to you by The Labascus Armory

Your weather blog is brought to you by The Labascus Armory - located on KY 501 in Casey County. Go visit Chad Davenport & the crew today! 

 

After receiving anywhere from 2-5" of snow across the listening area since Sunday morning, could we be in the mix for additional snow midweek? Let's take a look.

 

The latest weather data shows that widespread rain is expected to develop ahead of another cold front midweek this week.

As the front moves through Wednesday, colder air will enter the area making the possibility of seeing rain transition over to snow. NWS terminology states "minor accumulations are possible", so I will go ahead and call as of today a dusting up to 3" would be possible for our area.

 

I will continue to keep an eye on the latest models, which I will not include in this blog today because being 3 days out, will just cause a lot of hype.

 

Keep an ear tuned in to 98.7 & eyes opened to our weather blogs & Facebook page, & I will keep you informed of the latest updates.

 

In the mean time, I would love to see your snow pictures! Who knows they may end up on our Facebook Page! Send your photo (1 per person please), name & location via email only to crystal@shorelinestations.com.

 

-Crystal

crystal@shorelinestations.com

1/12/22 - Real Weather Talk No Hype Allowed - Brought to you by The Labascus Armory

Your weather blog is brought to you by The Labascus Armory - located on KY 501 in Casey County. Go visit Chad Davenport & the crew today!

 

Happy Wednesday folks! I want to talk real weather talk today, no hype is being allowed.

 

Looking on social media I have seen multiple posts that have been made and even shared across hundreds and thousands of folks that is just what I like to call "hype" posts.

 

What are hype posts? Posts/information that exaggerates on what the actual weather events/conditions could or will be. For example, these posts I have seen today are showing only one model & this model shows 12" of snow forecasted this weekend.

 

When your forecasters mention or say "we are keeping an eye on model & data trends..." for a weather event, usually that means before they share any additional specifics including snow totals, they are watching the different models because more than likely they are inconsistent or are too far out for a weather event. Therefore the word "trends". Oh & by the way these hype posts I am referring to are for a snow event for this weekend.

 

I try to share and give the most ideal details and forecasts for our LOCAL area. I say LOCAL in all caps because tv stations and other news media will focus more on the bigger cities & towns compared to us smaller ones.

 

So with all of that being said, within the next week or so I will be breaking down and sharing what models are used the most with certain weather & which of these models are more accurate compared to the ones that are used to hype up weather information & forecasts.

 

Before I end this blog, lets go ahead and take a look at our forecast into the weekend. This forecast is the latest as of 1:50 PM here on January 12, 2022:

Tonight: Partly Cloudy, Lows in the low 30s.

Thursday: 20% Rain, Mostly Cloudy, Highs in the mid 40s.

Thursday Night: Mostly Cloudy, Lows near 30.

Friday: Mostly Cloudy, Highs in the low 40s.

Friday Night: 20% Snow after 1 AM, Mostly Cloudy, Lows in the mid to upper 20s.

Saturday: 50% Precip (Rain & Snow) Mostly Cloudy, Highs in the mid 30s.

 

If you ever have any questions/comments/concerns or even suggestions on what you would like to see a blog to contain, feel free to email me any time at crystal@shorelinestations.com.

 

Have a great Hump Day! Thanks for sharing!

 

Crystal

crystal@shorelinestations.com

Weather Outlook - Jan. 11 - Jan. 15 - Brought to you by The Labascus Armory

Happy 2022 & welcome back to your weather blog here on 98.7 The Buck!

 

Your weather blog is brought to you by The Labascus Armory - located on KY 501 in Casey County. Go visit Chad Davenport & the crew today!

 

2022 has been a bit of a roulette table in the weather world across the listening area. Started off New Years Day with tornadoes, a week later we experienced flooding, then to top it off last week we dealt with multiple inches of snow.

 

Let's take a look at our week in weather this week for the listening area:

For the rest of your Tuesday afternoon it looks like sunny skies will continue. That sun will underestimate how warm it looks outside tho, todays high temps will be right around 39 degrees.

 

Tonight: Mostly Clear, Lows near the upper 20s.

Wednesday: Mostly Sunny, Highs near the upper 40s.

Wednesday Night: Mostly Cloudy, Lows near 30.

Thursday: Partly Sunny, Highs in the mid 40s.

Thursday Night: Mostly Cloudy, Lows in the mid to upper 20s.

Friday: Partly Sunny, Highs near the low 40s.

 

One thing I am keeping an eye on is our weather for Saturday. We do have a 60% chance of precipitation which will include snow, but as of now there is no accumulation forecasted. Snow will mix with rain in the morning Saturday than transition to all rain. Saturday high temps will be near 40.

 

So overall this week, weather is dry but cooler until we get to your weekend.

I will keep you updated with the latest weather details right here.

 

-Crystal

crystal@shorelinestations.com