Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wet Weekend

No doubt about it, a wet weekend is ahead.  Rain will fall on and off through the weekend.  The tell-tell clouds arrived early today.  A sign, rain is on the way.  At noon, rain had already started falling in West Tennessee.  I … Continue reading

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Weekend Weather Update!

Clouds have taken over the area.  Showers and thunderstorms will gradually move in from the west this afternoon & evening.  Here’s a look at the rain’s current positioning… It’s likely some of this rain reaches the I-65 corridor between 5pm … Continue reading

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April 29: Unsettled Weekend, Daily Links

WEATHER Well, we made it to Friday.  If you weren’t up in time to see daybreak this morning, you missed a beauty of a sunrise! Remember the old saying “red sky at morning, sailor take warning”?  There’s actually a nugget … Continue reading

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Looking Toward the Weekend

It was a beautiful summer like day with the afternoon high again rising to the 80s, 84 in Nashville to be exact. Yesterday’s storms brought some unwelcome wind damage, but some much needed rain. The amounts weren’t great, but we’ll … Continue reading

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Allergy Problems? IMPROVE Your LIFE Once & For All!

Ten years ago this summer, I moved to Nashville.  During that first fall I was here, ragweed hit me like a freight train!!  The following spring, I think I went through eight boxes of tissues myself, thanks to all the … Continue reading

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April 28: Calmer Weather, Daily Links

WEATHER Last night’s thunderstorms resulted in numerous wind damage reports — all of the “W” icons indicate the locations of those damage reports, mostly tree damage. The storms scooted out of here overnight, and we’ll just see a couple of … Continue reading

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SEVERE Threat Update

Thunderstorms continue to move through Middle Tennessee, but they ARE weakening.  That’s obviously a favorable trend for tonight.  Here’s a look at 4WARN Live Doppler as of 5:45pm. The blue “W”s and green “H”s indicate where we’ve had wind damage … Continue reading

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