Monthly Archives: May 2013

Perspective On An Unusually Quiet Severe Weather Season

May is the second busiest month of the year for severe weather warnings. After a record number of tornadoes last year, this year – especially this month – has been anything but stormy. There have been no Severe Thunderstorm Warnings … Continue reading

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Detailed Look At Late Week And This Weekend

A cold front will push through the Tri-State over the next couple of hours, bringing showers and thunderstorms to some but not all. Overall, late week looks quiet and cool. This morning’s run of Microcast does a nice job with … Continue reading

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Mid-May Frost Perspective

Many saw frost in the Tri-State this morning thanks to a clear sky overhead, a calm wind, and a dry air mass in place. The warmest Tri-State locations only dropped into the lower 40s, but most hit the mid and … Continue reading

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Timing Out Rain Chances This Week

An upper-level area of low pressure continues to spin over the Tennessee Valley at this hour, but it will slowly push east nearing mid-week. This upper-level low can clearly be seen as the swirl in 7:30pm water vapor satellite imagery … Continue reading

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