Monthly Archives: August 2017

Quick Harvey Update

Not much time for an in-depth Harvey update, so here’s a very quick look at the latest.\ Heavy rain will continue much of the night.  A little pocket of dry air will try to move up from the southwest, which … Continue reading

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Tropical Depression Harvey Inches Closer to Middle Tennessee

After a band of widespread rain and a few thunderstorms pushed through overnight into early this morning, most of Middle Tennessee is getting a break! This was round number #1 of several rounds to go! You’ve heard us talking about … Continue reading

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August 30: Here Comes Harvey

The storm named Harvey has been the dominant nationwide weather story for the past week — first as it strengthened, then as it made three separate landfalls along the Gulf Coast, and of course as it produced devastating flooding along … Continue reading

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Harvey is on the Way

It was a typical summer day today…a lot of sunshine and some humid.  The high in Nashville reached 87 degrees, compare that to yesterday’s 76°.  This evening a few showers and thundershowers are sliding down from southern Kentucky, nothing severe … Continue reading

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Remnants of Harvey Soon Knock on the Door

Widespread dense fog is what we wake up to this morning! Though visibility still struggles, we have improved in many spots. Here’s a current picture of how visibility shapes up at 8:14 am — down to a quarter of a … Continue reading

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On and Off Rain this Week

It was a rainy day and Monday, with an upper level disturbance triggering some showers across Middle Tennessee. Counties near the Tennessee River picked up most of the higher rain totals.  The rest of the mid state had less than … Continue reading

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Unsettled Week Ahead, Plus the Latest on Harvey

A messy start to our Monday morning! Widespread showers and thunderstorms continue marching through the Mid State especially I-40 north (8:49 AM). Heavy downpours in a short period of time has lead to a Flash Flood Warning for the following … Continue reading

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