Friday, January 18, 2008

Winter Storm Watch

...for Central Alabama tonight...very interesting setup in the Gulf region with a low pressure system and cold air coming down will make for a big snow event for the Central Alabama folks. They rarely see snow in that part of the would be great, for us, if that system would track about 200 miles northward! Big discussions going on at are the blog site of the TV station ABC 33/40 in Birmingham...James Spann and his crew do an unbelievable job with keeping their viewers informed via the web with video and multiple posts daily....

Our latest, local forecast here

Don't forget to visit the site TENNESSEE of good weather talk available there along with a chat site. In the busy times, they only accept members on the site...registration is quick, free, and go ahead and register.

Current temperatures across Tennessee at 6 am range from the teens in West TN to the upper 30's and lower 40's in East TN where the first cold front hasn't quite passed through. Our temperatures locally here in Cookeville fell 10 degrees with the frontal passage overnight.

Special Weather Statements are going up for Northern Alabama, North Georgia, and East Tennessee in advance of the snow moving in tonight and tomorrow.

This date in history....
On January 18, 1994...A record cold air mass pushes into the mid state. The high temperature reaches just 10 degrees at Nashville. The plateau is especially hard-hit, as Crossville checks in with a low of -8.

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