Monday, August 4, 2008

NHC's Track Map; Typical August Day Ahead

As Matt mentioned last evening, Tropical Storm Edouard has formed in the Gulf and will continue its westward movement, but it is not forecasted to intensify into a hurricane before it makes landfall, but it will get very close. As you can tell from the NHC's tracker of tropical systems...SE Texas (Corpus Christi) is in a Hurricane Watch Advisory just for precautionary reasons while the rest of TX and LA coastline are under a Tropical Storm Advisory.

For us here in the good state of TN, we look to have a mostly dry and HOT day to look not so forward too. The high's will range in the 90's everywhere, but some areas will get close to the 95-98ºF with localized areas higher (south of I-40 is best chance of that). The Heat Indexes will be close to the 105ºF range and a Heat Advisory day might be issued as well. The sad thing is thought, that today isn't the hottest day we will see...tomorrow even looks hotter then today. What a day to start my school year back!

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

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