Saturday: The winds remain weak aloft, but still at least *some* fuel around to work with. Thunderstorm chances mainly from the heat of the day...so roughly 2pm-7pm is the window for them to pop. Most will get missed once again.
I will be here Sunday morning, so I will see you then!
Make it a Goode Weekend!
Here is a special note from Chief Meteorologist Kevin Harned along with another video you will see next to the blog.
Meet Andria Myers from Shelbyville, KY who has been interning with us over the summer. She will soon head back west to resume her studies at The University of Oklahoma where she's pursuing a degree in meteorology. One of her projects over the past few weeks has been to create a video series that will help each visitor to our blog understand the weather a little better. Check back over the next several days for her installment of Weather 101.
Weather 101 Schedule
8/3/18 - Video 3 – Basics of thunderstorms, common cloud types, life cycle of thunderstorm, raindrop charge separation, hail, tornado ingredients & shear.
8/6/18 - Video 4 – Basics of forecasting, weather models & soundings.
8/7/18 - Video 5 – Basics of winter storms, precipitation types & lake effect snow.
8/8/18 - Video 6 – Expand severe weather concepts, downbursts, gust fronts, scud clouds, etc. & air masses.
8/9/18 Video 7 – Basics of tropical weather, sea breeze, storm types, what makes a hurricane, formation & life cycle.
Many thanks to Andria's contribution to our team. We look forward to following her career in the years to come.