Thursday, April 22, 2010

Severe Weather Chances Saturday


(Graphic courtesy of NashvilleWx.com)


SIGNIFICANT WEATHER CHANGES AHEAD: Most cloudy today with a 20% chance for showers and a high of 72°. We are looking at our first potential for severe weather on Saturday as a very strong upper-level storm will move in from the southern plains. With large amounts of wind energy and wind shear in the lower levels of the atmosphere, we will have a ripe combination for large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes. This would be a great time to go out and purchase a NOAA Weather Radio, if you do not have one (see link and image below).


Weather History for This Date
Great one-day rainfall event in April occurs in 1883 as Nashville receives 5.03"
Daily Weather Story
The severe weather potential is dominating the weather talk right now. Determine now where you and your family would go in the event of a tornado. *Safety Rules*


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2 comments:

Debra said...

Thank you for all the information you share Michael, my mom and dad live in Cookeville and I am in Chattanooga, there have been times when I would get an alert from you late at night on my droid cell phone and I have called and woke my parents up for them to take cover and get in the basement. I really appreciate all you do. You are my tie to my family far away.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Thanks for your kind comments! It is important, to me, to keep people informed.

I will continue to do my best in bringing you the most accurate information.

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