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July 2: More Severe Storms?

12:30PM UPDATE: As the morning storms have moved off to the east/southeast, partial clearing has taken place to the northwest of Nashville, all the way back past the Mississippi River into Missouri and Arkansas.  The satellite picture from late this … Continue reading

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June 30: More Storms Ahead, Daily Links

1PM UPDATE: As expected, storms have fired up in the eastern half of the Midstate, prompting a few severe thunderstorm warnings already this afternoon.  The storms will continue moving to the east/southeast…in fact, a Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued … Continue reading

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Rain then Sleet then Snow — March 4-5

A couple of “hey, I should have said [whatever]” additions to the video below: 1) The ranges of potential sleet and snow I outline in the ice/snow forecast accumulation graphic within the video (helpfully titled “SNOW & ICE FORECAST”) don’t … Continue reading

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March 4-5 Winter Storm

As anticipated, there have been some changes to the forecast since yesterday…unfortunately, those changes don’t change the bottom line a whole lot: Wednesday night and Thursday morning are looking very messy in Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky.  The exact nature … Continue reading

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Thursday Morning Halloween Storm Update

LATE AFTERNOON UPDATE: Temperatures have remained below 70 degrees all afternoon, meaning that even the little bit of energy the models were forecasting just isn’t there.  That’s a good thing.  The winds are there in the upper levels of the … Continue reading

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More Rain Tonight

The weather pattern has been a bit more active recently, which is typical for this time of year…the latest in a series of systems will make its way through Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky tonight and Wednesday. Clouds will increase … Continue reading

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