Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Rain Chances Increase

We'll see more widespread coverage of rainfall this afternoon as a front nears our area.

The National Weather Service's Nashville office has issued an interesting Hazardous Weather Outlook this morning. For today and tonight,

ISOLATED STRONG TO POSSIBLY SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO
DEVELOP TODAY AND THIS EVENING. THE MAIN THREAT WILL BE STRONG
GUSTY TO POSSIBLY EVEN DAMAGING WINDS. SMALL HAIL MAY ALSO OCCUR.

Latest, Local Forecast

Keep up with Hurricane Bertha at the Nat'l Hurricane Center site.

Wunderground has an excellent tropical site, too! 


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4 comments:

Charles Llring said...

Yeah Mike, I use the weatherunderground radar for the severe weather events. It's a coll site.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Heavy rain just before lunch today...almost an inch in less than 45 minutes!

Charles, the Wunderground radar is excellent...the zoom in feature along with storm tracks is GREAT!

Charles Loring said...

Hey Mike. Do you see us here in Westmoreland, too see anything form later on this afternoon? We're getting sunshine, but the radar isn't showing much in the way of anything.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Charles...I think our entire area has some chance for a strong storm or two forming!

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