Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Quiet Weather Day; Not So Quiet Tropics

As another day of Middle TN weather goes without rain, we are still seeing that stubborn drought persist. Our next rain chance is tomorrow which is only at 40% so not everyone will see rain tomorrow. And that moisture is what's left of Gustav which will past north of us giving us that rain chance, but the most likely areas to see that rain will be the northern and western areas of Middle TN.

As we are still and calm...the tropics is quite the opposite. The NHC's meteorologist are getting there fare share of restless nights tracking three different systems at once. Hanna is the closest one to the US, but right now she is having trouble with shear and dry air and it doesn't look like she will do much at all. But right behind her you have Ike and Josephine who are rapidly approaching from the east. Lets hope we get some rain out of any one of these 4 systems cause with these tropical formations coming through, no fronts can come through giving us rain chances.

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

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