Thursday, May 22, 2008

Rough West; Calm East

As day one, of what looks like a possible string of severe weather, winds down for are friend over on the Plains and Rockies. It isn't over yet, there threat continues into the overnight hours and will again threaten parts of the Great Plains tomorrow. But for us back here in the Volunteer State, we look to stay severe weather free, but I can't rule out one or two Severe T'storm Warnings tomorrow with hail and damaging wind gust, but all areas of TN look to see at least a 40% chance of rain or a passing t'storm. We then look to clear out for the extra long weekend. Tomorrow I'm going to explain to you all what one of my future plans is that will involve all of you blog readers. Tonight is going to be a rather warm night. Here's an outlook for the temps tonight for these TN areas.

Nashville: lower 60's
Clarksville: upper 50's
Cookeville: mid 50's
Columbia: lower 60's
Manchester: upper 50's to lower 60's

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