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IT'S FRIDAY! However, it has been rather soggy outside, for most of the day, for a pretty large chunk of Kentuckiana. This is due to a cold front slinking through the region. It has been good to get some rain though, after a dry month. 

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Strong winds sent dozens of mattresses flying around a park and nearby pool in Denver. Witnesses recorded this video below. Some called it the "Great Mattress Migration of 2019." The air mattresses were set up for Denver's Bed Cinema this past Saturday. It's an event where people can lie in … More >>

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According to the United States Drought Monitor, our area is still Abnormally Dry - the first category in a drought. We need a good soaking rain, and we have the potential for moments of heavy rain Thursday.  More >>

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The Storm Prediction Center issued a "Slight Risk" for severe weather that includes almost all of our area on Tuesday. The main threats from top to bottom will be damaging winds, hail and frequent lightning. Notice that locations in the red hatched area northwest of Louisville have a better … More >>

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Have you heard your favorite WDRB meteorologist say "outflow boundary" (or just outflow or just boundary) when talking about storms? This post will help clear up what that is and what it is not. More >>

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A few isolated to widely scattered showers and storms are possible this afternoon and evening due to an MCS just to our west. This system is gradually weakening as it pushes east and will continue to do so in the hours to come. This means most of us will miss out on these storms. The best ch… More >>

Check out this wild video of a cliff collapsing, barely missing a group of kayakers in Lake Superior. The kayakers were admiring the cliffs that are roughly 200 feet high when part of it crashed into the water and missed them by 50 feet. The huge rocks produced a massive splash. Reportedly, … More >>