Thursday, June 4, 2009

Slow Moving Cold Front; Nice Rain Chances Today

Rain is occurring this morning across western sections of the Mid. state and will overspread the entire region later on this morning into the afternoon hours. We are not expecting severe weather, but a rumble or two of thunder surely looks possible. The threat today is going to be localized flooding where the stronger storms will just sit over one area and not move a whole lot. And that rain will be put on top of the rain some areas may have seen yesterday and on Tuesday, so that is why we think minor flooding could occur. Everyone, except the extreme NE corner, will be put at 100% chance of rain.

Nashville: mid 70's
Clarksville: low 70's
Cookeville: mid 70's
Columbia: mid 70's
Manchester: mid to upper 70's

*Flash Flood Warnings in Effect for White, Van Buren, and Grundy Counties until 5:45 pm*

Several roads have been flooded throughout Van Buren county this afternoon. If you are out tonight and you live around the SE corner or southern Plateau regions, be extremely careful as roads may be flooded in low lying areas.

2 comments:

Chris said...

I like the changes to the blog, Charles and Matt!

mid 70's? That's what we hit today and that's the forecast for tomorrow way up here in Wisconsin.

Charles Loring said...

lol, I kind of overshot the temps. a bit for today. I think many only mangaged low 70's for today and we are even down into the mid 50's at my house. Not June weather! lol Hope things are well in Wisconsin.