Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Tuesday Night Forecast; Midwest Tornado Nightime Outbreak

Today was a very hot and humid day here in TN, we thought we were going to see some pop-up storms today expcetally in the eastern counties, but that didn't turn out so. The SPC still has areas from Nashville northward in a slight risk area for tongiht for some strange reason. I'm not and neither is anyone else of us seeing any rain tonight, what I'm guess is that the SPC must be letting there kids do the Convective Outlooks. Tomorrow looks to again hit the 90 degree mark and as we get closer to the CMA Music Fest, the temps go up too. Here's the forecasted lows for tonight in these specific areas.

Nashville: low 70's
Clarksville: low 70's
Cookeville: upper 60's
Columbia: low 70's
Manchester: upper 60's

Midwest Nighttime Tornado Outbreak:

  • There are currently 17 Tornado Warnings out over 6 different states.

  • There are currently 5 watches out streaching from the state of Kansas and Oklahoma, eastward to the states of Ohio and West Virginia.

  • There are 4 Tornado Watches out and 1 Severe T'storm Watch

  • There has been a total of 9 tornado reports ( 7 in Illinois and 2 in Indiana)

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