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September 21: Hot And Humid For A While, Daily Links

September 21: Hot And Humid For A While, Daily Links

WEATHER Even though autumn officially arrives tomorrow, more hazy, hot and humid weather is in store for us over the next several days.  Temperatures tonight will only drop to the upper 60s, with patchy dense fog developing, much like the last several mornings: We’ll warm right back up to the mid to upper 80s Friday […]

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September 20: “Aug-tember” Weather Continues

September 20: “Aug-tember” Weather Continues

WEATHER Not much change to the overall weather pattern over the next seven days — hazy, hot and humid weather will prevail through the middle of next week, with temperatures more typical of early August rather than late September. The showers and storms that popped up this afternoon will fizzle out this evening, leaving us […]

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Heat is On & Update on Hurricane Maria

Heat is On & Update on Hurricane Maria

Good morning! What a beautiful start to our morning. Sweet little cotton ball fair weather clouds floating over Saint Henry school… Rain-free and smooth sailing on our morning commute. Early morning dense fog is now a thing of the past. Mild temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s will climb into the upper 80s […]

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Active Day for Weather

Active Day for Weather

Today’s been active for weather in many regards! First, we had a cluster of severe thunderstorms that roared through Nashville & Brentwood, and pushed farther south toward the TN/AL line. 70-80 trees were blown down in the Crieve Hall/Oak Hill area.  The roof was partially blown off a preschool in Brentwood.  Meanwhile, nickel size hail […]

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Two Worlds of a Forecast

Two Worlds of a Forecast

Rise and shine! It has been a mild and foggy start to our morning with just a few isolated storms starting to pop up… The fog has officially lifted and our radar update (8:13 am) shows isolated storms marching through the KY/TN border, headed east! An upper level disturbance will be responsible for widely scattered […]

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4 Things to Know About the Weather Tonight

4 Things to Know About the Weather Tonight

There are 4 things you should know about the weather tonight.  They are… 1) A few showers are likely overnight. 4WARN Live Doppler Radar as of 9pm shows a few showers developing over West Tennessee. Additional showers are likely to develop overnight, as they slide eastward.  SO, if you work overnight and will be driving, […]

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Welcoming Fall with Summer-like Heat

Welcoming Fall with Summer-like Heat

Not a bad start to a Monday morning! Mix of sun & clouds, with a rain-free commute! Dense fog has been the story for our southern and eastern counties but as I eye our fog tracker, I see improving conditions. Still fair to mention our Dense Fog Advisory in effect for Franklin, Lincoln and Moore […]

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First Day of Autumn Nearing Soon

First Day of Autumn Nearing Soon

The change in seasons — from summer to fall — is closing in quickly.  On Friday at 3:02pm CDT autumn begins.  However, you’d never know it from our weather.  Summery conditions will linger through at least next weekend! Early this Sunday morning (as of 7:30am), it’s quite mild. It’s also very humid, with dew points […]

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September 16: Summer Until Further Notice

September 16: Summer Until Further Notice

Today certainly felt like summer, and that trend will continue for the next several days, with both high and low temperatures running well above average all the way into the first days of autumn late next week.  (For those of you who are curious, the autumnal equinox is at 3:02pm on Friday.  For those of […]

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Summery Feel Holds on as Autumn Closes In

Summery Feel Holds on as Autumn Closes In

A summery feel will hold on through the last several days of the season.  In fact, it’ll still feel like summer even after fall kicks off this Friday! Outdoors early on this Saturday morning (as of 8am), temperatures are in the 60s. Fog’s an issue in some areas….like Carthage.  Where it’s especially foggy, count on […]

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September 15: Summer Sticks Around

September 15: Summer Sticks Around

Summer is definitely back across the Midstate, and it’s not going anywhere for the next several days.  It will be warm evening for high school football: Temperatures tonight will drop down to the low to mid 60s, with patchy dense fog possible once again: We’ll warm up rapidly on Saturday — if you’re coming out […]

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TGIF Sunshine & Warmer Days Ahead

TGIF Sunshine & Warmer Days Ahead

TGIF! Crystal blue skies burn off the dense fog early this morning. Clarkesville, you’re looking extra beautiful today… Bright sunshine = rapid warm up! Upper 50s are already in the upper 60s at 8:46 am here. Highs today will be back to average. It was just Monday, when we were twenty below average with highs […]

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September 14: Summer Returns

September 14: Summer Returns

We’re finally getting rid of the last of Hurricane Irma’s remnants — a few pockets of drizzle or very light shower activity are still possible in northeastern Middle Tennessee through early Friday morning, but the rest of us already saw the sun break through this afternoon.  The clearing trend will continue tonight, with low temperatures […]

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Time has Come, Sunshine

Time has Come, Sunshine

A thick deck of cloud cover blankets the Mid State this morning. Here’s a glimpse from Saint Henry school in Nashville… Just few light spotty showers squeezing out of them (8:47 am 34WARN Live Doppler radar update), on a very sloooow motion towards the south and the east… Light winds and plenty of left over […]

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Irma Making an Exit

Irma Making an Exit

The once powerful Irma is wrapping up and leaving Middle Tennessee. Fortunately for us, Irma is leaving most everything unchanged.  The cloud cover and persistent light rain has kept temperatures about 20 degrees below the average for this time of year. For the second day in a row Nashville has set a record for the […]

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Sunshine Coming Soon

Sunshine Coming Soon

The remnants of Irma are taking their sweet old time getting out of there.  Tomorrow afternoon, however, we’ll finally get into some sunshine. Outdoors now, it’s cloudy and cool with temperatures feeling more like November than early-mid September! 4WARN Live Doppler Radar shows areas of lingering rain, mist, and drizzle holding on. With the clouds […]

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Tamer Irma Visits Middle Tennessee

Tamer Irma Visits Middle Tennessee

Clouds and rain all day today from Irma, but the Irma we received was a much tamer version of this enormous storm. Irma set many records as a hurricane and today Irma helped Nashville set a new record for the lowest maximum temperature.  The high reached 65°, 3 degrees below the record from 1902. The […]

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A Weather Hopscotch

A Weather Hopscotch

Irma! From a major category 5 hurricane to a 4, 3, 2, 1 then down to a Tropical Storm yesterday morning. No surprise, Irma weakens even further, officially down to a Tropical Depression status this morning. After all the destruction and chaos, there are no complaints. Irma’s center is currently stationed just along the Georgia/Alabama […]

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Irma Arrives

Irma Arrives

Although the center of Irma is about 350 miles away, the far reach of Irma has arrived in Middle Tennessee.  The clouds started moving in this morning, now the rain has arrived in Nashville.  This change cooled things down to a high of only 67° this afternoon in Music City. Here is the latest track […]

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