Jim Kosek

Thunderstorms Try To Ruin Outdoor Plans

Active Weekend For Storms

1/1FutureCast31 Show Caption Hide Caption A light southerly breeze developing from the Gulf of Mexico will continue to usher in a deeper dose of humidity for the next several days. This higher humidity, coupled with daytime heating, will lead to an uptick in the coverage to thunderstorms. As the coverage of thunderstorms gradually increases Friday afternoon to Saturday, Sunday and…

No Drought For A Reason

Soaking Wet At Times

1/3FutureCast22 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3FutureCast5 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3FutureCast31 Show Caption Hide Caption A light southerly breeze developing from the Gulf of Mexico will continue to usher in a deeper dose of humidity for the next several days. This higher humidity, coupled with daytime heating, will lead to an uptick in the coverage to thunderstorms. Low clouds earlier…

Daily Dose Of Storms Increasing

Wettest This Weekend?

1/1FutureCast4 Show Caption Hide Caption A light southerly breeze developing from the Gulf of Mexico will continue to usher in a deeper dose of humidity for the next several days.   This higher humidity, coupled with daytime heating, will lead to an uptick in the coverage to thunderstorms.    Initially low clouds will give way to some sunshine, allowing for typical Summertime…

Work-Week Storms

No Widespread Damage From Heavy Storms This Week

1/2busstop4 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2currents7 Show Caption Hide Caption Patchy fog will greet Wednesday morning; otherwise there will be enough sunshine to boost us into the low 90s Wednesday afternoon. It’ll be another day of hit/miss slow-moving storms. However, deeper moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico will eventually tag team with a cool front approaching from the northwest….

More Storms; Less Heat

Summer Humidity

1/1currents7 Show Caption Hide Caption A couple clusters of slow-moving thunderstorms will remain on the prowl throughout the first half of the nighttime hours.  In a worst case scenario, isolated flash flooding can occur given the slow nature of the storms. Patchy fog will develop overnight into Wednesday morning; otherwise there’ll be enough sunshine to boost us into the low…

Thunderstorm Coverage Increasing

Friday Night Lights In Jeopardy

1/1FutureCast3 Show Caption Hide Caption A stationary front draped across Alabama from northwest to southeast will be the firing mechanism, along with the heating of the day, for slow-moving or nearly stationary thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon and evening. Much like Monday, the coverage is more likely just south and west of Columbus. Said stationary front will develop into a warm front…

Relatively Quiet Start To Work Week

More Storms Later This Week

1/4Evecast6 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4FutureCast2 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4FutureCast21 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4FutureCast3 Show Caption Hide Caption A compact thundershower will dot a few neighborhoods south and west of Columbus throughout the evening hours, but even here wet weather will be limited.  Clear skies will return region-wide later tonight allowing for additional viewing of the Perseid meteor…

Toasty Weekend

Isolated T-Storm

1/4AMCast Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4currents6 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4perseid1 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4beachcast2 Show Caption Hide Caption Clouds will give way to a partly to mostly sunny sky Saturday. While a stray afternoon thunderstorm cannot be completely ruled out, most of the time should be rain-free and toasty. That goes hand-in-hand for Sunday, too.   Patchy clouds that…

Thunderstorms Exit Stage South

Pretty Nice, Hot Weekend

1/3Evecast5 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3currents6 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3beachcast2 Show Caption Hide Caption Broken bands of thunderstorms will settle southward this evening, eventually weakening and moving into the panhandle of Florida.    Before then, any storm can be accompanied by small hail and wind gusts to 40 mph.   However, those kind of winds will be localized, and most areas…

Late-Day Thunderstorm

Weekend Weather

1/2busstop3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2currents5 Show Caption Hide Caption Friday will feature a similar setup to Thursday.   After patchy morning fog burns off, the combination of daytime heating of humid air, and a wave of low pressure tracking west to east along the length of a stationary front will lead to more showers and heavy thunderstorms. While a thundershower…