Monthly Archives: July 2015

July 17: Hot and Humid Weather Returns, Daily Links

WEATHER After a couple of days of relatively comfortable weather (by July standards, anyway), the heat and humidity will return with a vengeance today…and they’ll stick around through the weekend.  How hot?  THIS hot: How humid?  Muggy enough to make … Continue reading

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July 16: Hot and Muggy Weekend, Pluto Pictures, Links

WEATHER First of all, if you weren’t up early this morning, you missed a spectacular sunrise, as a layer of high clouds reflected the first rays of sunlight: I used the word “tolerable” on this morning’s newscast to describe today’s … Continue reading

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July 15: Storm Recap, A Hot Weekend, Daily Links

WEATHER Calmer weather is in store for the Midstate the next couple of days, which is welcome relief after a stormy start to the week.  It will still be hot……but while the humidity will still be noticeable, it won’t be … Continue reading

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July 14: Severe Storms Possible Today…and Pluto Stuff!

WEATHER UPDATE (posted 2:20pm Tuesday): numerous severe thunderstorm warnings have already been issued in the northeast part of the Midstate, along with a couple of tornado warnings.  No reports of any touch-downs, but a funnel cloud was spotted around Byrdstown … Continue reading

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July 13: Severe Weather Tonight and Tomorrow

WEATHER UPDATE (posted 12:15pm Monday): SPC adjusted the Moderate Risk area all the way to the TN/KY state line, with the 45% wind risk and significant wind risk areas also adjusted similarly: SPC has also issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch … Continue reading

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July 10: Heat. Humidity. Again.

I’m fighting my allergies this morning, so this will be a to-the-point post. WEATHER It’s gonna be hot: It’ll feel even hotter: A few storms could move into southern Kentucky and far northern Middle Tennessee late this afternoon and this … Continue reading

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July 9: Heat Wave! And Space Stuff!

WEATHER The heat wave begins building into the Midstate with a vengeance today…temperatures will reach the low 90s with the heat index topping out near 100 degrees this afternoon. Even hotter weather for the next few days — mid 90s … Continue reading

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July 8: Get Ready To Sweat, Daily Links

WEATHER Some hefty storms yesterday evening produced heavy rain and even some minor wind damage.  Each of the W’s on this map pinpoint the locations of gusty wind reports from last night (most of which were associated with tree damage).  … Continue reading

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July 7: Scattered Storms, Hot and Humid, Daily Links

WEATHER We had some spotty storms to the northwest of Nashville this morning, but we’ll spend most of the day in a break from the scattered storm chances.  As a weak cold front sags toward us from the northwest, more … Continue reading

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July 6: Back to the Heat and Humidity, Daily Links

WEATHER Certainly some active weather over the holiday weekend, with lots of flooding problems and even some rare July tornadoes Thursday evening.  Here’s the National Weather Service’s summary of those tornadoes, with some perspective on how unusual it is for … Continue reading

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