Sunday, September 27, 2009

Fantastic Sunday After Fog

You'll love the weather on tap for Sunday after the fog lifts later this morning. Expect highs in the upper 70's this afternoon. It'll be the last warm day as rain chances return overnight (only a slight chance) and Monday with a low Sunday night of 59° and a high Monday of just 70°. Then, it turns quite cool and very Fall-like with a low Monday night of a chilly 47° under a clear sky. Tuesday's high will be just 66° under sunny skies and the low Tuesday a CHILLY 45°...pull out an extra blanket or two and pull out the jackets for the upcoming work week.

I get asked this question a lot...."Hey Michael, how much rain did we get?" For this past storm system that started overnight Friday and ended last night (a period of about 24 hours), we measured 3.20" at my home. We now total 14.81" for September. This makes us nearly 20" ahead for the year. AMAZING!

If you don't have a home church or are unable to attend, join us at Trinity Assembly this morning for our services on the web. Our two services begin at 8:30 am and 10:30 am CDT. You'll learn something!

Be sure to join me on Facebook and request to be my friend. We have a great community of weather folks.

I'm also on Twitter and enjoy adding people to my 'following' list and invite you to 'follow' me. Twitter is a great way to keep up quickly!

Lastly, you can read my latest weather post over the Examiner website where I handle duties as the Nashville Weather Examiner.

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