Friday, May 30, 2008

Foggy Morning Here on the Rim, Will Yield to Sunny Skies Later During the Day

Good Friday morning to all my blog readers. Today here in the great state of Tennessee, we look to have mostly sunny skies today after this early morning fog. High's today will be flirting with the 90 degree mark around the Nashville Basin, but here on the Highland Rim and Cumberland Plataeu, we only look to get to about the lower to mid 80's. Here's some of the high's for today here in the Mid. south.

Nashville: upper 80's
Clarksville: upper 80's
Cookeville: low to mid 80's
Columbia: upper 80's
Manchester: mid to upper 80's

Severe Storms Update:
  • From yesterday's tornado outbreak, there is a preliminary total of 55 tornado reports with most of them being in Kansas and Nebraska.

  • There's a MDT (moderate) risk of severe storms today in the state of Illinois with the threat of tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail

  • There's currently a Tornado Watch out for parts of Iowa and Illinois.

  • The active string of severe weather is to continue into the weekend over much of the northeast and even getting into TN late Saturday and early Sunday. The threats though are mainly going to be strong wind gust and hail. I'll have more on this potential threat later on during the day.

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