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April 9 Overnight Severe Storms

Well, here we are again…another late-work-week severe weather threat.  At least this one will be out of the way by sunrise Friday morning.  Overnight storms are dangerous though, simply because of the fact that most folks will be sleeping when … Continue reading

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April 27-29 Severe Threat — Friday Update

As I mentioned in yesterday’s blog post, the severe weather season has been remarkably quiet so far…that trend continued last night, when our “slight risk” of severe weather ended up resulting in absolutely no severe weather in Middle Tennessee and … Continue reading

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Thursday Evening Storms

It’s looking increasingly likely that severe weather will impact the Midstate late Thursday.  There are still some uncertainties regarding the exact timing of the storms, and how severe they’ll be.  Let’s start with what our two “Futurecast” computers are showing … 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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Sunday Storms Update

Just a quick update this Saturday morning…not much has changed regarding the potential threats (straight-line winds primarily, with isolated tornadoes) or timing (late afternoon and evening) of tomorrow’s severe weather possibility.  I’m slightly more concerned about some “pre-frontal” storms becoming … Continue reading

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