Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Scattered Storms Today; First 90 Degree Day of the Year?

As you can tell, the SPC has areas from Clarksville eastward and from Columbia eastward in a slight risk of severe weather today with the threat being the same old damaging winds and large hail. As of now, there looks to be some storms already popping just north of here in the Scottsville and Glasgow, KY areas, but there is one storm hitting the Clay County area (Celina) that may have a lightning strike or two in them, but nothing major yet. Today's high's should manage to get to 90 today south of I-40, but areas north of I-40 may be stuck in the upper 80's for one more day cause tomorrow...everyone is getting into the 90's. Here's some of the regional temps. and storm chances later this afternoon.

Nashville: low 90's; 40% chance
Clarksville: upper 80's to low 90's; 40% chance
Cookeville: mid to upper 80's; 40% chance
Columbia: low 90's; 30% chance
Manchester: low 90's; 30% chance

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