Below is a cross-section view of one of tonight’s thunderstorms, just west of Lexington. This one reaches to nearly 60,000 feet tall – that’s roughly 11 miles into the sky! Thunderstorms produce very strong and chaotic winds all the way…
Look for more typical July weather with highs in the low 90’s and scattered late storms.
So you want your mind to be boggled. Here goes. A little background first. There are these really really tiny subatomic particles that are nearly massless called neutrinos. Scientists tell us that trillions of them pass right through us (and…
Look for more typical summer weather with plenty of humidity, highs in the 90’s, and scattered late-day storms.
This weekend’s sunny skies will give way to active rain next week.