Monthly Archives: November 2016

Tornadoes Strike Middle Tennessee

Two tornadoes touched down in Middle Tennessee last night — both in Coffee County.  The National Weather Service in Nashville performed a storm survey today.  These are their findings… The first developed just east of the Moore County line, about … Continue reading

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Severe Storms Hammer Middle Tennessee

Severe thunderstorms hammered Middle TN last night and very early this morning — mainly impacting areas south of I-40 and and east of I-65. Powerful winds were strong enough to down numerous trees, power lines and even a part of a … Continue reading

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November 29: Another Severe Storm Threat

WEATHER Last night’s rain has moved off to the east, but we have another chance of very-welcome rainfall on the way late this evening and overnight…the problem is, the rain will be associated with a greater threat of severe weather … Continue reading

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4 Things to Know About Our Weather

There are 4 things to know about our weather.  They are… 1) Rain is moving out for tonight. The latest on 4WARN Live Doppler radar shows rain pushing east of I-65, gradually exiting the eastern part of our area. Most … Continue reading

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November 28: Wind, Rain and Severe Storms, Daily Links

WEATHER The forecast is a good news/bad news scenario for the next couple of days: – GOOD NEWS: The weather cooperated for holiday travel yesterday! – GOOD NEWS: Two chances of significant rain headed our way over the next few … Continue reading

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Showers, Storms and a Wind Advisory in Full Swing Across Middle TN

Clouds blanket the entire region tonight and it’s little blinker light heads up for what’s to come. A strong area of low pressure currently over the plains continues pushing eastward, inching closer to Middle TN as I type here (7:59 … Continue reading

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Super Sunday…Needed Rain

Off to a foggy start this morning in many areas of Middle Tennessee. The visibility is down to a quarter of an inch in some locations.  The clear sky overnight and light wind set the perfect conditions for that fog … Continue reading

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