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Heat is On & Update on Hurricane Maria

Good morning! What a beautiful start to our morning. Sweet little cotton ball fair weather clouds floating over Saint Henry school… Rain-free and smooth sailing on our morning commute. Early morning dense fog is now a thing of the past. … Continue reading

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Two Worlds of a Forecast

Rise and shine! It has been a mild and foggy start to our morning with just a few isolated storms starting to pop up… The fog has officially lifted and our radar update (8:13 am) shows isolated storms marching through … Continue reading

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Welcoming Fall with Summer-like Heat

Not a bad start to a Monday morning! Mix of sun & clouds, with a rain-free commute! Dense fog has been the story for our southern and eastern counties but as I eye our fog tracker, I see improving conditions. … Continue reading

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TGIF Sunshine & Warmer Days Ahead

TGIF! Crystal blue skies burn off the dense fog early this morning. Clarkesville, you’re looking extra beautiful today… Bright sunshine = rapid warm up! Upper 50s are already in the upper 60s at 8:46 am here. Highs today will be … Continue reading

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Time has Come, Sunshine

A thick deck of cloud cover blankets the Mid State this morning. Here’s a glimpse from Saint Henry school in Nashville… Just few light spotty showers squeezing out of them (8:47 am 34WARN Live Doppler radar update), on a very … Continue reading

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A Weather Hopscotch

Irma! From a major category 5 hurricane to a 4, 3, 2, 1 then down to a Tropical Storm yesterday morning. No surprise, Irma weakens even further, officially down to a Tropical Depression status this morning. After all the destruction … Continue reading

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Irma Impacts on Middle Tennessee

Increasing clouds but no rain squeezing out of them! A few sprinkles are trying to sneak into our southeastern counties which is our first few rain drops of many more to come. It all has to do with Tropical Storm … Continue reading

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