Monthly Archives: February 2016

February 19: Warm and Windy, Weekend Rain Chances, Daily Links

WEATHER Major behind-the scenes graphical problems here this morning, so here’s the short-and-sweet forecast… TODAY: Warm. Windy! TONIGHT: More clouds. A few showers. SATURDAY: Clouds. A few showers. Don’t worry about it. Still warm! SUNDAY: Clouds. Lots of showers, a … Continue reading

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Don’t beam when it’s warm?

From time to time, we receive very emotional emails.  Sometimes it’s about interrupting a program with a tornado warning or unfortunately missing a snow forecast.  Today an emotional email came in complaining  that we are beaming about the warm weather.  OK, … Continue reading

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Gusty Wind Tomorrow — It’ll Do MORE than Just Blow Things Around!

In case you haven’t heard, it’ll be quite windy tomorrow!  Because of that, a Wind Advisory has been issued for the entire area (from 6am until 6pm). We expect the wind to increase late tonight, so that by dawn already, … Continue reading

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February 18: Warmer! Finally!

WEATHER Lots of fog in and around Nashville this morning, which combined with sub-freezing temperatures, made for a long commute this morning.  This picture from 7:20am today shows how thick the fog was downtown, with just the spires of the … Continue reading

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Weather Update Late edition 2/17

Enthusiasm, excitement!  I am hearing from everyone about the change in the weather.  It won’t be perfect and it won’t last long, but sunshine and warmer temperatures will be welcomed by most folks.  In Nashville, the high today was only … Continue reading

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FREEZING FOG THREAT Tonight

With all the recent rain we’ve had (more than 2″ for much of the Mid State since last weekend), fog is a legitimate threat for tonight.  In most areas, where it forms, it’ll be FREEZING FOG. Freezing fog is dense fog … Continue reading

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February 17: Warmer Weather Is Almost Here, Daily Links

WEATHER The rain is gone, but the cloud cover will stubbornly linger overhead today, keeping temperatures stuck in the low 40s for highs: As drier air slowly works into the Midstate, the clouds should start to dissipate overnight.  If we … Continue reading

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Presidential Weather and Climate

Yesterday was President’s day but I was a little too busy with heavy rain and the prospect of snow to have a little fun with the holiday.  So here it is a day late.   I always think it’s funny that … Continue reading

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4 Things to Know about Our Upcoming Weather!

February is typically an active month for weather.  This year, it hasn’t disappointed!  Moving forward through the next week, our weather will settle down some.  Still, there are 4 things you should know to help you plan around the weather! 1) … Continue reading

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February 16: More Rain, Warmer Weather Ahead, Daily Links

WEATHER More rain is spreading into the Midstate, but after today the forecast will dry out for a while.  The raindrops will probably be mixed with some sleet pellets and snowflakes in the western half of southern Kentucky and in … Continue reading

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