Monthly Archives: December 2016

Ringing on the New Year with RAIN!

Ringing on the new year on a soggy note! Light showers and patchy fog have been the trend all evening but things are now improving. Most of the moisture is east of I-65 (9:33 pm here) and continues skirting out … Continue reading

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Soggy Set Up to Ring in 2017

Clouds and rain are taking over this morning, after a couple of nice, bright days.  4WARN Live Doppler Radar right now (as of 8am) shows much of the area dealing with showers. On the Cumberland Plateau, a few wet snowflakes may also … Continue reading

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Weekend Happenings and Weather

After a beautiful sunny day today with a high of 51, rain will move in to end 2016. A developing system is now moving across Texas and Louisiana headed toward Middle Tennessee.  Prepare for rain if you plan to attend … Continue reading

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Ringing on 2017 with a Bucket of Rain

Take 3! Our third morning in a row of waking up to this beauty — mood boosting sunshine and refreshing air…TGIF! AM temperatures run anywhere between seasonable upper 20s to the lower 30s across the region. It’ll be a touch … Continue reading

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Varied End to 2016

There was a chilling wind today after a stormy night last night. Today was much cooler than yesterday’s 63, 54 was the high reached just after midnight. It will be even colder tonight with a clear sky, the low will … Continue reading

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Delightful Sunshine Before a Soggy Holiday Weekend

After a round of heavy rain and thunderstorms last night, we wake up to golden sunshine this morning… The cold front responsible for the rain has officially pushed out to our east and high pressure continues working its way in, … Continue reading

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Stormy End to the Day…Chilly Thursday

Wow what a day…it was seasonably cold this morning with the low at 31 degrees.  By 1:30pm in Nashville, it had reached 63 degrees. Change was on the way with the clouds rolling in overhead. Rain and thunderstorms started to … Continue reading

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