Monthly Archives: June 2017

June 27: Hot Weather Ahead, Daily Links

WEATHER One more day of unseasonably cool temperatures, then reality will return over the next few days.  Rain this morning will stay mainly south of I-24 and it will dissipate by midday, as shown on the HRRR model’s radar simulation: … Continue reading

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Marvelous Monday and Beyond

Wow what a fantastic day! It was a great welcome back home for me after a few days in the North Carolina Mountains.  It felt like I brought that refreshing air with me.   Today’s high only reached 82° with … Continue reading

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June 26: Pleasant Weather, Daily Links

WEATHER Pleasant temperatures in store for us today, with a mix of clouds and sunshine overhead and highs reaching the low 80s this afternoon: A few showers have been dotting the radar south of I-40 this morning — not much … Continue reading

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Fabulous Sunday in Store

If today’s not a perfect 10, then I don’t know what is!  Count on rock bottom humidity, lots of sunshine, and pleasant summertime temperatures. A deck of clouds is moving out to the southeast of Nashville, making for a beautiful … Continue reading

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Nice Weekend, All in All

The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy have moved out to make way for a nice weekend, overall. Outdoors as of 8am on this Saturday, we have thick clouds in spots and full sunshine in others! Temperatures are on their way….climbing … Continue reading

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June 23: Afternoon Update on Cindy

The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy are moving faster than we anticipated the past couple of days, and that’s good news for us!  Faster movement means that the severe weather threat won’t last as long, and it also means that … Continue reading

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A 4WARN Weather Alert Day

Calm and peaceful this morning! Don’t let this fool you… ***Today is a 4WARN Weather alert day!*** Our main weather maker is Tropical Depression Cindy, currently pushing out of Arkansas and Alabama, tracking northeast at 14 mph with sustained winds … Continue reading

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