Monthly Archives: November 2013

Where’s The Snow???

So…um…about the snow.  It didn’t really happen. It’s more of a metaphorical cone of shame, but over-forecasting snow obviously isn’t an ideal scenario.  So WHAT HAPPENED? Well, in the Metro, things shook out to be pretty close to the forecast … Continue reading

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Due to a lack of moisture very little if any snow is expected west of the Cumberland Plateau.  It’s possible you may see a few flurries in the mid state.  Along the Cumberland Plateau and eastern Highland Rim, especially to … Continue reading

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First Snow of the Season

2:30PM UPDATE: The computer models are scaling things back just a tad, but overall the accumulation pattern listed below hasn’t changed much: highest amounts (2″+) along the Plateau and eastern Highland Rim, 1″+ for other high-terrain spots in eastern Middle … Continue reading

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Sleet and Snow

The title just looks ominous by itself, doesn’t it?  “SLEET AND SNOW” seems like it should always be written in all-caps, because of the hazardous driving conditions they can produce.  We do have some sleet in the forecast this evening, … Continue reading

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Afternoon/Evening Severe Storms

4:00pm UPDATE: Storms have been a little slow to initiate off to our northwest, but now we’re seeing that line developing. With that delayed start in mind, here are the likeliest time frames for severe weather across Middle Tennessee and … Continue reading

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Sunday Storms Update

Just a quick update this Saturday morning…not much has changed regarding the potential threats (straight-line winds primarily, with isolated tornadoes) or timing (late afternoon and evening) of tomorrow’s severe weather possibility.  I’m slightly more concerned about some “pre-frontal” storms becoming … Continue reading

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Sunday Storms

It’s not out of the ordinary for severe weather to affect Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky in the month of November — in fact, this month is the “secondary” peak in the annual tornado curve (obviously the main peak is … Continue reading

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