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February 24: Rain To Snow, Warmer Weekend, Daily Links

WEATHER Big changes ongoing today, as the major storm system that brought last night’s rain continues to move off to our northeast.  Once again, the best chance of severe thunderstorms will be hundreds of miles away from us, and once … Continue reading

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February 9: More Snow, More Cold, Daily Links

WEATHER Looking back at yesterday’s likely/boom/bust forecast, we obviously ended up with closer to the “boom” amounts of snow over the last 24 hours…even exceeding my wildest expectations around Clarksville.  More light snow showers will move northwest-to-southeast throughout today and … Continue reading

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February 8: Light Snow, Cold Temperatures, Daily Links

WEATHER Temperatures reached up into the 50s both Saturday and Sunday — I hope you enjoyed the mild weekend, because the next 7-10 days are looking COLD.  The initial blast of cold air is invading the Midstate today, and squeezing … 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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February 25 Snow Update

As I said on Twitter this morning, this has been my inner monologue every time new forecast model data comes in: followed by: To say the least, it’s been a frustrating experience to try to pin down the details of … Continue reading

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