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December 23: Severe Weather Likely Today

AFTERNOON UPDATE: Overall, the severe weather forecast for the Midstate hasn’t changed dramatically throughout the day.  But there have been a few adjustments…rather than write a whole new post, I’ve edited the text of today’s blog post accordingly.  I’ve highlighted … Continue reading

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July 1: Severe Storms, Forest Fire Haze, BONUS SCIENCE

WEATHER A couple of stormy days ahead, including the potential for some severe thunderstorms.  Before we dive into the details, keep in mind: this isn’t a guarantee of severe storms in your neighborhood, and it won’t be raining everywhere all … Continue reading

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July 8 Severe Threat

5PM UPDATE:Obviously we haven’t seen storms firing up in southern Kentucky yet.  That’s good news for folks with outdoor plans this evening, but it doesn’t mean our severe-storm chances are over — it just means those chances will arrive later … Continue reading

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May 14 Severe Threat

You didn’t think we’d get through the whole month of May without at least some potential for severe weather, did you?  The good news is that as far as peak-storm-season severe weather threats go, this one is pretty marginal…the bad … Continue reading

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Afternoon/Evening Severe Storms

4:00pm UPDATE: Storms have been a little slow to initiate off to our northwest, but now we’re seeing that line developing. With that delayed start in mind, here are the likeliest time frames for severe weather across Middle Tennessee and … Continue reading

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