Thursday, June 19, 2008

Nice Day in Mid. TN Today; Rain Chances Tomorrow & Saturday?

After looking at the QPF Precipitation Map, I posted what the latest 5-day totals look like and it looks like north areas of Mid. TN are going to be the big winners, but all of Mid. TN looks to have a chance. From this map it looks like northern areas could get over 1" and southern areas will get .5" + which is still good. But for today, the rain looks to hold off til tomorrow evening into Saturday, severe weather isn't expect at this time but you could hear a rumble of thunder or two when these rains come through late Friday into early and mid morning Saturday. The high's today will stay in the mid 80's in Nashville and on the Cumberland Plateau they will stay concentrated in the upper 70's range. I'm going to be out of town from tomorrow through Monday afternoon, and then I'll be back for one day, then it's off to Dollywood! So I'll put up an evening forecast tonight and also add my extended 4-day forecast. Thanks for stopping by my blog and any comments would be appreciated greatly! Here's the forecasted high's for today/

Nashville: mid 80's
Clarksville: low to mid 80's
Cookeville: upper 70's, low 80's
Columbia: mid 80's
Manchester: mid 80's

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