Today is the 15th Annual Southeast Severe Storms Symposium at Mississippi State University. Caroline and I are ferociously taking notes and learning more…hopefully to provide you with better discussions and products in the future!
Clouds For A Better Portion of Today
GOES East – Satellite Loop
As the sun rose over the eastern U.S., clouds were over a better portion of middle Tennessee. Little clearing is expected today, resulting in cooler temps. Expect upper 60s this afternoon, so a light jacket may suffice.
Want temperatures 10 degrees warmer than today? Add sun and that’s actually not a tall order! A great day for backyard games and barbecuing with a forecasted high of 78°.
Watching Our Next Rain Maker
Mid-week looks soggy. A developing low pressure over the lower Plains/Mississippi Valley will eject into western Tennessee Monday-Tuesday. Pack the umbrella and rain gear for work and school on Monday, and maybe even Tuesday morning. Severe weather is not overly likely, but the Storm Prediction Center has placed us under a “Marginal Risk” (1 out of 5) for large hail and gusty winds.
Beyond Tuesday – Staying Active
Another round of showers and a few thunderstorms are anticipated as a cold front sweeps through the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Temperatures Friday and Saturday will be much cooler. Expect highs in the low 60s and upper 50s!
5-Day Allergy Forecast From Pollen.com
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