Friday, March 28, 2008

Rain, Rain, and MORE Rain!

Looks like we'll see rain over the next few days. In fact, there is a 20%-60% chance every day through Tuesday.

Our latest, local forecast.



I'm considering becoming a dealer for Davis weather products. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.

Today, we expect temperatures to rise a few degrees through this afternoon. Once the front passes, then we'll see those temperatures drop through the 50's...tonight should be down in the lower 40's. More rain for the weekend. This will, of course, help our grass, flowers, and gardens.

If you enjoy seeing what happened this time last year, scroll down to my archives listing at the bottom of this page and click on April 2007. INTERESTING!

5 comments:

Charles L. said...

I believe you should do this for Davis weather! You love weather and you have great insite on it,so you would be able to answer questions that people may have about the product! Hope I can hit the green more then the water or sand today! With my luck....WATER! Have a good day Mike!

Anonymous said...

Carful there Mike the LaCrosse mob will hunt you down if they find out what your planning. ;)

Yeah go for it I find them to be a great company with trustable products.

-Cameron K.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Hey Cam!...I'm still a LaCrosse fan....There is a market, however, for the Davis line...a market who'll pay for that type system.

Nathan Parker said...

I'd love to see you become a DAVIS dealer! If you're prices would be reasonable than I'd probably begin doing some of my future DAVIS purchases from you! I could use a couple of products such as WeatherLink for Mac (just the software kit), & I was hoping to add the Plus sensors to my station one day down the road. If you'd go in the business, I'd probably buy from you. Wish I could get my WeatherBug Plus subscriptions from you. :-)

Nathan Parker
WeatherBug Backyard Sr. Anchor
Hot Springs, AR

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Thanks for nice comments Nathan. I'll let you know what I decide. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods!

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