Irma to bring wind and rain to Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky
Hurricane Irma remains a category 5 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 180 mph with gusts to 220 mph.
So why is weather data from a location as far away from the tropics as Nashville so important?
Where will she go next? When you are talking six or seven or more days out, there’s always uncertainty.
A dozen flood warnings and advisories have been issued for parts of Tennessee and Kentucky.
The track takes Harvey through the Mississippi Valley into Middle Tennessee by late Friday into Saturday.
Earlier this week, the Farmer’s Almanac released their long term forecast including what we can expect for the upcoming winter.
Plenty of heat and humidity ahead of the front amps up the atmosphere and primes it for storms late in the day.
Right now our forecast is for mainly sunny skies Monday morning with temperatures rapidly warming to the upper 80s by noon, when the moon st…
As of Sunday morning, it was moving north-northwest at 13 mph towards the U. S. coast line.
There is the possibility of a few strong storms in the mix that could contain gusty damaging winds, frequent lightning and heavy downpours.
This is due to an early dip in the jet stream in the Midwest and East bringing some cooler air south.
Something really cool happened Monday, and our viewers captured the event on camera.
Cities that will have the highest impact include, Tampa, Sarasota, Fort Myers and Orlando.
The weekend will end with more spectacular weather tomorrow with sunshine, low humidity and afternoon highs in the mid 80s.
We have had some stifling heat and humidity this July. So far only six days below 90° for a high, and those were all “rain related”, with t…
The black asphalt was 139°. When you get out of your car and walk to the grocery or the bank that’s what you’re walking on!
Dangerous heat expected all week across Middle Tennessee
Middle Tennessee has consistently seen dewpoints in the low 70s, which is very muggy, tropical like air.
You turn on your car in the blazing summer sun and it says 110 degrees, but the forecast called for a high of 95 degrees, so was your meteor…