Monday, May 26, 2008

Memorial Day Forecast; Rainy NW TN Morning/Stormy Afternoon

Before I get to the forecast, I would like to personally say a big Thank you to all the veterans and current miltiary soldiers from all divisions and ranks. Today, if your not planning on going to a memorial service, could you please cease what your doing at somepoint during the day and pray for the miltiary soldiers currently fighting overseas and the ones who have already done there part for a moment, because they deserve all the prayers they get today for what they've done for us. The forecast for this beautiful Memorial Day, looks great early on (except for the northwestern part of Mid. TN towards Clarksville), but as the day wears on, we all look to have a 30%-40% chance (expcept the NW corner which has already got rain) of seeing some pop-up t'storms with frequent lightning, hail, and gusty winds are possible in one of these storms. High's today look to get, again, into the upper 80's for the Nashville Basin and the mlow 80's for us here on the Highland Rim and the Cumberland Plateau. I hope to have an evening update tonight with some of thr rain totals today if I get home in time from my Memorial Day family get together. Here's some of the High's for Mid. TN and the rain chances for this afternoon.
Nashville: upper 80's; 30% chance
Clarksville: mid to upper 80's; 100% chance this morning-50% chance this afternoon
Cookeville: low 80's; 30% chance
Columbia: upper 80's; 30%-40% chance
Manchester: mid 80's; 30% chance

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