Thursday, July 17, 2008

Active Tropics; Tennessee's Forecast

Here's the busy, NHC (National Hurricane Centers) take on the low pressure systems out and about in the Atlantic. They're getting there paychecks worth this week! This could be a sign of things to come for later on during the August and September hurricane months. With that in mind, they may not all be strong, there's a slight chance that Bertha will be the strongest one on recorded this year, but it be an above average year.

Getting on too us Tennesseans forecast, today looks the same likes it has been for the past 4 days, but we are beginning to warm up and everyone should reach or get close to the 90ยบ mark some time this afternoon. Change is coming in the world of weather for us soon (I feel like Obama!), this High Pressure can't stay here forever and it won't. The next chance of rain comes this weekend, but I still believe that not everyone will see rain and maybe not alot of people.

Nashville: low to mid 90's
Clarksville: low 90's
Cookeville: upper 80's to low 90's
Columbia: low to mid 80's
Manchester: low 90's

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