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December 17 (VIDEO): Severe Weather and Freezing Rain

The weather will be on a wild ride over the next 24 hours — so wild, it’s time for a video blog update.  Here’s (hopefully) everything you need to know about this evening’s severe weather threat, the potential for freezing … Continue reading

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January 21: More Snow? Wellllllllllllllllllllll…

Here we are again, on the razor-sharp dividing line between “wow, that’s a LOT of snow” and “hey, I thought it was supposed to snow”.  I make these points several times within today’s video, but let me put it in … Continue reading

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January 20: More Snow This Week?

The last of today’s snow and sleet and freezing rain is still falling in the eastern half of the Midstate as I’m typing this (and as I recorded today’s video blog).  But already it’s time to turn our attention to … Continue reading

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January 19: Cold Today, Snow/Ice Tomorrow

WEATHER Our first significant chance of wintry weather is now less than 24 hours away, but it’s still a very complicated forecast.  Winter forecasts always are — there’s typically a very sharp gradient between “cold rain” and “good heavens, that’s … Continue reading

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January 18: Cold Temperatures, Rain/Ice/Snow Potential, Daily Links

WEATHER It’s going to be a complicated forecast all week…the cold weather today is the easy part of the forecast.  In fact, the chances of “wintry stuff” are complex enough to warrant a video blog post today…enjoy!   LINKS Lots … Continue reading

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UPDATE: March 4-5 Winter Storm

Some new info for you…and hopefully some clearer explanations. 3:45pm UPDATE: NWS-Nashville has slightly altered their changeover-time graphic, to the point where there’s now no appreciable difference between this and what I said in the video: Also, the latest model … 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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