Severe Weather

This morning as the squall line slammed through the Tri-state, I was again impressed at the resources we have at WIKY to bring you the very latest observations and reports.  Diane and I anchored the WIKY Morning Show with live reports from the WIKY Newsroom and the 14 First Alert Weather Center at WFIE-TV.  (All three meteorologists were on duty this morning and each filed a live report on the progress of the storm).  

But it's important to note that we couldn't do it without our listeners letting us know what's happening in their neighborhoods.  It seems we survived without substantial damage (a few lines down and a couple of trees toppled) but we certainly had some scary moments especially with road conditions and visibility.  Your excellent reports from the field on WIKY often describe problems and conditions before police and other agencies even hear about it. 

We've gone through floods, blizzards, tornadoes, earthquakes, and even a hurricane here in the Tri-state and you can count on WIKY and the WIKY Morning Show to be your source for important information when you need it.

And again, thanks for pitching in.  We couldn't do it without you!