Author Archives: Dan Thomas

Severe Thunderstorms Expected Tomorrow

Severe thunderstorms are expected across parts of Middle Tennessee on Friday.  The most likely time window is late afternoon through the evening.  The most likely area to be impacted is southern Kentucky and communities east of I-24. Outdoors as of … Continue reading

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Lower Humidity Then Potentially Strong-Severe Storms on Friday

Humidity is down a smidge today.  That’s the biggest story in the near term.  Friday’s severe weather potential is the main weather headline down the road. The humidity is a little lower today, especially along and north of I-40, where … Continue reading

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Lower Humidity Then Building Heat

There are a few big stories in our weather over the next few days.  First, more storms are on the way, so if you’ve missed out on rain lately and you’re hoping for some, relief could be just around the … Continue reading

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Building Heat, Spotty Storms, & a Little Less Humidity

So far this summer we’ve had 35 days with temperatures in the 90s.  We’ll add a bunch more to that tally this week.  We’ll have a few days with spotty thunderstorms.  We’ll even experience a little drop in humidity on … Continue reading

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4 Things to Know About Our Weather

There are 4 things you should know about our weather.  They are… 1) Spotty showers and thunderstorms are likely again today. As of 9:30am, clouds were already filling in across most of Middle Tennessee. The sun has warmed many areas … Continue reading

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Better Feel in the Air This Weekend

Maximize your time outdoors this weekend, as we’ll finally have a BETTER FEEL in the air!  Humidity will be down just a smidge.  Temperatures will be lower by a pinch.  Even though these are subtle changes, many of you will … Continue reading

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Super Hot 4th of July….Then Some Weekend Relief

Brutal heat’s the main story for the 4th of July.  Then, this weekend, we’ll have some welcomed relief with lows in the 60s and highs generally in the 80s. Here’s a snapshot of what to expect on Independence Day. A … Continue reading

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