Posted 10:08 PM 6/19/2013 by Meteorologist Melissa Nord
Today was a beautiful day with temperatures topping out from the the upper 70s in eastern KY to the middle 80s in the bluegrass.The boundary that gave us Tuesday's showers and thunderstorms is now well to our south, so high pressure has been able to control our weather. This area of (More)
Posted 11:51 PM 6/18/2013 by Meteorologist Melissa Nord
Well things are finally starting to quiet down for us here in the Commonwealth. The once strong line of storms moving into Kentucky from Indiana is nothing more than some light to moderate rain showers stretching from Rowan county down to Madison county. It will continue to weaken as it (More)
Posted 12:57 AM 6/17/2013 by Meteorologist Melissa Nord
Well we have a couple of unsettled days still to get through before the return of any widespread sunshine.There's a front that will be almost stationary around the great lakes/corn belt region pushing slowly southeast over the next two days. We'll see several rounds of showers and (More)
Posted 8:21 PM 6/16/2013
LEX18 is getting multiple reports of damage left behind by this evening's thunderstorm.
Cars collided on Leestown Road near the intersection of Yarnallton Pike in Lexington. Drivers tell LEX18 that tree debris fell on the roadway, and even on some vehicles, causing the crash.(More)...
Posted 11:28 PM 6/15/2013 by Meteorologist Melissa Nord
Well our wonderful sunshine and dry weather will be coming to an end. High pressure that's been giving us the perfect last couple of days is pushing east and breaking down. We now focus our attention on a cold front to our west. This will be slowly pushing our way in an almost stationary (More)
Posted 4:50 PM 6/14/2013 by Meteorologist Melissa Nord
It's turned out to be a very pleasant and comfortable afternoon out there! Mostly sunny with just a few fair weather cumulus clouds. Temperatures right now are sitting in the mid to upper 70s, with a couple of spots west of I-75 into the low 80s.
This evening will be a perfect Friday night (More)
Posted 12:11 PM 6/13/2013 by Meteorologist Melissa Nord
A line of severe thunderstorms is moving through the area. All of the orange polygons are Severe Thunderstorm Warnings in effect for 60mph wind gusts, heavy rains, and frequent lightning.Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Currently In Effect Along With Their Expiration Times: (More)