Saturday, January 12, 2008

All Kind of Fun Stuff

We are expecting a sunny day in the lower 50's after a FROSTY start here in the Upper Cumberland region of Middle Tennessee. Temperatures are in the 20's across the region this morning. By Sunday, some precipitation will be in our area along with falling temperatures. This has the potential to bring us snow showers. Don't think there will be enough precipitation for accumulation. Check out the discussion over at the News 2 (Nashville) Weather Blog.

Looking at our week ahead, temperatures will be below normal with a couple of chances of precipitation on Monday night, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Of course, this is all subject to change. Here's our
latest, local forecast. Check out the NWS-Nashville forecast discussion. They always have interesting tidbits of information.

In Southern Middle Tennessee, the NWS has determined an F2 tornado struck Wayne County during our storms on Thursday. Here is the
summary from the NWS-Nashville.

Speaking of tornadoes...check out the Middle Tennessee Weather Fact of The Day by
clicking here.

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