Saturday, April 4, 2009

Another Severe Chance; Light Snow Chance Too?

The SPC is thinking there will be two areas of concern for severe weather Sunday. The first is for the Deep South areas, while the other area is up into the Northern Middle TN areas and SCK. They are forecasting a broken line of low-topped supercells will make there eastward march through this region and will have the potential at large hail, damaging wind gusts, as well as an isolated, brief tornado or two in the stronger storms.

Behind this cold front will be some very cold air. I'm thinking we could have two nights of below freezing temps. and on the first night...some snow may be in the air across areas of the Highland Rim and Cumberland Plateau. I'm not expecting accumulating snow by any means, just enough to give you that last winter feel. So with all this said, if you have plants you have already planted...make sure you cover them up on both Monday night and Tuesday night.

2 comments:

WILLIAM BRANTLEY said...

GREAT GRAPHIC of that Tornado that hit Nashville last Saturday.
I am glsd that no one was seriously hurt.

Charles Loring said...

So am I. Damage looked pretty severe in that area...