Monthly Archives: May 2018

Storm Update for Thursday

Scattered storms continue to pop up acrossMiddle TN this afternoon. With a somewhat ripe environment in place some storms may pack a bit of a punch in the way of gusty winds and heavy rain. After sunset, a second wave … Continue reading

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Severe Storms Headed Our Way

It is 8:36am as I sit down to type up my weather blog! Good morning to you! A few thunderstorms are marching through the eastern half of the Mid State, all headed southeast. Most of us are dry with plenty … Continue reading

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Strong storms possible Thursday afternoon

As Alberto continues to lift north of our area we’ll refocus our eyes on tomorrow’s chances for strong to severe storms. Right now, we’re under a “Slight” risk for severe storms from the Storm Prediction Center. This highlights area long … Continue reading

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Alberto departs Middle TN after flooding rains and gusty winds

Alberto has come and gone across Middle TN. What’s interesting about Alberto is it looked more “tropical” when it was over us than when it was over the Gulf of Mexico. Here’s what the storm looked like from our 4Warn … Continue reading

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Adios Alberto….& Hello to More Heat & Potential Severe Weather

We’re about to say adios to Alberto, but with that will have to deal with more heat, humidity, and the potential for severe thunderstorms. As of early this morning, the remnants of Alberto were pushing northward into southern Indiana.  The … Continue reading

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May 29: Alberto Rain

A few waves of rain have moved through Middle Tennessee today.  As expected, the temperature stayed near average at 81°, but it was muggy. Storms this afternoon did cause some damage near Jonestown in Lawerence County and in Hohenwald on … Continue reading

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Alberto Brings Clouds, Rain, Potential Flooding, & Isolated Severe Thunderstorms

Subtropical Depression Alberto’s going to pay a visit to Middle Tennessee today bringing clouds, rain, potential flooding and isolated severe thunderstorms. As of 5am, Tuesday the center of Alberto was located just west of Montgomery, AL.  Maximum sustained winds were … Continue reading

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