Thursday, September 3, 2009

Nice Friday and Weekend Ahead

Great weather on tap for us here in the Upper Cumberland for Friday through the Labor Day holiday. Expect high temperatures in the lower to mid 80's and lows in the upper 50's to near 60 during the period. We do expect rain chances to be on the increase Sunday night into Labor Day. Chances are only slated to be around 30% at the most, so many of us will see no rain through Monday.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Crazy amount of rain today southwest of Kingston Springs in extreme southwest Cheatham County near Nashville. An observer with CoCoRaHS measured 5.12" this morning. It was confirmed by doppler radar estimates and shows the incredible importance of the CoCoRaHS network of volunteer rainfall measurements. If you'd like to participate in this program, contact me or contact CoCoRaHS!

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