Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Strong Weather Ahead

We're in a very active pattern now. Today will be windy (A Wind Advisory for Area Lakes has been issued) and tonight will be stormy. The expectation right now is that we shouldn't reach severe limits. Special Weather Statement issued by NWS-Nashville

Our latest, local forecast here!

Last evening saw tornadoes in Missouri. At least two are confirmed dead. There were around 30 tornadoes reported last evening...that is almost an unheard of number in the wintertime. I'll put a couple of links below concerning the situation in the Show Me State:
CNN Story
KMBC-Kansas City Story

May see the possibility for snow by the end of this upcoming weekend. Again, as I always say, we're a little too far away to count on it at this point...but...as we get closer, you all can start getting excited about it!

Today's Links:
Cookeville WebCam
Cookeville Emergency Mgmt. Page
Cookeville Radar

Finally, congratulations to the LSU Tigers on their BCS National Championship.


FiveNineStorm said...

I hope we dont have storms like that in KY/TN. With a low cape/ high shear situation theres now telling what can happen, but it appears to be a damaging wind threat for west KY. A little more isolated across Middle Tennessee

Michael Detwiler said...
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Anonymous said...

Ugh, I hope not either.


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