Monthly Archives: October 2016

Weekend Weather and Happenings

Hot October weekend with daily high temperature records in jeopardy.  Highs in the mid 80s are expected that is well above the average high of 68. High pressure will continue to be the dominate weather pattern for the entire weekend … Continue reading

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TGIF Sunshine Before Record Breaking Heat!

Hello, TGIF sunshine! It’s 2:42 pm as I write here and temperatures are toasting on up there — in the upper 70s to lower 80s across the region — a little over ten degrees warmer than average for this time … Continue reading

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October 28: Record Warmth, Daily Links

WEATHER Patchy dense fog is burning off this morning, leaving us with partly cloudy skies the rest of the day.  Temperatures will reach the upper 70s this afternoon: Kickoff temperatures for high school football will be in the mid to … Continue reading

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October 27: Not Much Rain, Record Temps, Daily Links

WEATHER A few showers are passing through the Midstate this morning, but your odds of picking up any measurable rainfall the rest of the day are pretty slim — the HRRR model’s radar simulation has had a good handle on … Continue reading

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Wonderful Wednesday

Wow, what a beautiful day, it just wasn’t what you expect this time of year. In Nashville, it reached 83 degrees…not quite a record, but close.  The high is 86 degrees set way back in 1919, needless to say, don’t … Continue reading

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October 26: Dry and Warm, Daily Links

WEATHER The month of October has been unseasonably warm to this point, and we have more of the same in store as we head through the last few days of the month.  So far, October temperatures are running more than … Continue reading

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Rain….How Badly Do We Need It?

As the days continue to pass by with no rain, you may be hearing more people talk about how badly we could use some.  Then again, you might not.  It all depends on where you live and who you talk to. … Continue reading

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