Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Good Tuesday Morning



Where is the rain? That is a question I'm hearing a lot lately. The best answer I can give is to just be patient for another 24 to 48 hours. We have an approaching cold front that should increase our chances for rain in the next couple of days. Click here to see entire 7-day forecast.


Due to our very dry summer, I can almost guarantee you that we won't see those type of fall colors here in Middle Tennessee this year.


Keep an eye on the very active tropics by visiting the National Hurricane Center's website. Click here to go there!


As many of you know, I am active in CoCoRaHS (the Community Collabrative Rain Hail and Snow Network). They now have a blog. I've added them to the blogs I read section of my site. Feel free to check them out by clicking here!


4 comments:

David said...

The colours in the photo! Total wow. Over here in England it has been a very wet summer and our trees are holding their green.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

David:

I wish that was our area, unfortuntely, it is not. Our trees are almost dead looking due to 'less precipitation than normal'...

Hopefully, I'll be able to share some pictures soon of my area. Thanks for commenting on my blog.

~Michael

David said...

Please Michael. It's a great blog.

Dewdrop said...

I wish we had CoCoRaHS in GA!!!

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