Monthly Archives: July 2017

Mixed Bag of Marbles

A cloudy, muggy & peaceful start to our Thursday morning! Besides an isolated storm along the Cumberland Plateau, Middle Tennessee roads remain dry and smooth sailing on your commute to work… Temperatures are running close to ten degrees above average, … Continue reading

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July 26: One More Sultry Day, Daily Links

WEATHER One more day to go in this hazy, hot and humid weather pattern, before some changes head our way for the end of the work week and the weekend! (That’s supposed to be a celebration GIF, but it’s at … Continue reading

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Steamy Now…Relief in Sight

Another hot and sticky July day, the high reached 96°, of course it felt like 100 plus! With the exception of 4, most days this month have been above average for this time of year. which is 89°. July 26 … Continue reading

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A Piece of Heaven

A piece of heaven shining down on us early this Tuesday morning! Refreshing clear skies over downtown sets up the trend for the entire region. Deep breath in, deep breath out… Radiant sunshine heats things up quickly! It’s only 8:39 … Continue reading

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Marvelous Monday…Hot Start

This Monday started out with some thunderstorms, enough to cause some small hail and wind damage in some spots. There were trees down in several locations. Those storms moved out quickly and left us with a hot and steamy day. … Continue reading

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Hot Week Ahead….Then a Beautiful Weekend

It looks like another hot week ahead.  Then, we’ll have a beauuuuuuutiful weekend with less humidity and lower temperatures! First and foremost, last night’s tremendous downpours with frequent lightning & thunder have moved out.  We’re now dry across the Mid … Continue reading

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July 23: A Tiny Bit Of Relief

Scattered thunderstorms this evening are giving us a bit of relief from the oppressive heat, but they could also produce a few damaging wind gusts.  The Storm Prediction Center has kept us in a “Marginal Risk” (level 1 of 5) … Continue reading

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