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Tropical Spin Zone / Re: Hurricane Maria
« Last post by schneitzeit on Today at 01:50:07 PM »
Not to stray from the topic, but there's another storm developing at 30N & 50W. Would this help weaken Maria?
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 08:06:00 AM »
Warmth I can deal with.  No rain for weeks--not so much.  Hickory trees have already started dropping leaves in earnest.  Dry leaves + dry ground = wildfires if we don't have a decent rain soon.
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Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.98″ at 4 – 7 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.06″ at 9 – 11 a.m.

Lowest Relative Humidity : 44% at 3, 5 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 100% at 12 – 4, 6 – 8 a.m., 11:59 p.m.

Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 65° at 5 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 73° at 7 p.m.

Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 12 – 10 a.m., 7, 9 – 11:59 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : E – 12 m.p.h. at 3:01 p.m.

Lo : 67º
Normal : 56°
Record Warmest : 75°  ::hot:: In 1984 !
Record Coldest : 43° In 1953, 1995 & 1999 !

Hi : 94° Felt Like 96º at 3 p.m.
Normal : 81°
Record Hottest : 97°  ::hot:: In 2010 !
Record Coolest : 59° In 1975 !

Rainfall : 0.00″ : Daily Normal 0.13″

Record Wettest : 2.49″  ::rain:: In 1972 !

September`s Total To Date : 1.78″  ::rain:: : Normal : 2.47″, – 0.69″ Below Normal : In Bemis, TN 1.00″  ::rain:: started on the 12th

2017`s : Total to Date : 41.19″  ::rain:: : Normal : 38.34″, + 2.85″ Above Normal : In Bemis, TN 1.00″  ::rain:: started on the 12th

September 23, 2016 : Lo : 66º : Hi : 95º : Rainfall : 0.00″

September 23, 2015 : Lo : 51° : Hi : 88° : Rainfall : 0.00″

September 23, 2014 : Lo : 48° : Hi : 81° : Rainfall : 0.00”

September 23, 2013 : Lo : 51° : Hi : 84° : Rainfall : 0.00″

September 23, 2012 : Lo : 47° : Hi : 73° : Rainfall : 0.00”

September 23, 2011 : Lo : 53° : Hi : 73° : Rainfall : 0.13″ ::rain::

September 23, 2010 : Lo : 65° : Hi : 97º**  ::hot::  ::applause:: : Rainfall : 0.00″

September 23, 2009 : Lo : 70° : Hi : 81° : Rainfall : 1.01″ ::rain::

September 23, 2008 : Lo : 59º : Hi : 87º : Rainfall : 0.00″

West TN`s Coldest Lo 64º at Jackson, Tn`s Airport, Bolivar, Lexington, Paris & Savannah, TN.

West TN`s Hottest Hi 94º at University Village Apts. in North Jackson, TN.

U. S. Highest Temperature for Saturday, September 23, 2017
97º  ::hot:: at Camden Airport, AR
97º  ::hot:: at Kingsville, TX
97º  ::hot:: at McAllen, TX

U. S. Lowest Temperature for Saturday, September 23, 2017
  ::cold:: at Bodie State Park, CA  ::flag::
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Tropical Spin Zone / Re: Hurricane Maria
« Last post by BRUCE on Yesterday at 09:10:37 PM »
I follow sewxalerts on Facebook and they've been saying for a couple of days now that they see a continuing westward shift to Maria and are concerned about a direct hit to the outer banks of NC.  I'm not seeing any discussion of this anywhere else, but the site is usually pretty reliable.  Has anybody seen other sources talking about this possibility?
yeah  i mentioned the western shift two days ago on the models ::coffee:: :
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Tropical Spin Zone / Hurricane Maria
« Last post by Thundersnow on Yesterday at 08:59:26 PM »
The outer cone of uncertainty for the extended does include the Outer Banks, but the best guess forecast is still off shore. But, I would say E NC is within the realm of possibility if some model ensembles are trending that way.


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Tropical Spin Zone / Re: Hurricane Maria
« Last post by cgauxknox on Yesterday at 05:23:47 PM »
I follow sewxalerts on Facebook and they've been saying for a couple of days now that they see a continuing westward shift to Maria and are concerned about a direct hit to the outer banks of NC.  I'm not seeing any discussion of this anywhere else, but the site is usually pretty reliable.  Has anybody seen other sources talking about this possibility?
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by BRUCE on Yesterday at 05:17:29 PM »
While unlikely in middle and western Tennessee, I'm concerned about drought once again rearing its ugly head over here in parts of eastern Tennessee.  We haven't had a good rain since 9/6 (in the foothills area), and after a week of dry heat, the next front bringing the cool, dry air offers little hope of precipitation on current model runs.  The top soil is already becoming dry (I found out while planting a new dogwood), so after another week of no rain, we'll definitely be entering the "abnormally dry" phase of drought development.  We haven't had nearly the amount of rain here as other areas of eastern Tennessee, and completely missed any significant rain with Irma thanks to downsloping winds over the mountains.  Considering October is normally our driest month, that's not good news in the short term.  Hopefully, November will bring "normal" precipitation, unlike last year. 

Post Merge: Yesterday at 03:18:24 PM
12Z GFS has frost worthy low temperatures in parts of the eastern Tennessee valley by 10/1.
were heading into the la nina enso stage... these tend to be on the drier side of things

Post Merge: Today at 12:04:32 AM
gfs starting to look torchy again in the long term ::blowtorch::
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by schneitzeit on Yesterday at 04:47:02 PM »
Omaha, NE reporting 93 degrees.

Harrison, NE, located in the NW corner of the state, reports 40 degrees.
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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2017-18
« Last post by Curt on Yesterday at 03:00:25 PM »
If you have weatherbell premium Joe D'Aleo has a great analog video for the upcoming winter. He compared depths and  pacific sea basin temps for La Niña winters that look most similar as of September as a guide- and we know that don't always work out perfectly. The 2 he felt were most similar to our upcoming winter were 2007-08 and 1995-96. Both had quite a bit of cold weather and winter storm opportunities- albeit the only real winter storm we had here in 2008 was in March. Nonetheless - interesting video.
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by JayCee on Yesterday at 12:57:45 PM »
While unlikely in middle and western Tennessee, I'm concerned about drought once again rearing its ugly head over here in parts of eastern Tennessee.  We haven't had a good rain since 9/6 (in the foothills area), and after a week of dry heat, the next front bringing the cool, dry air offers little hope of precipitation on current model runs.  The top soil is already becoming dry (I found out while planting a new dogwood), so after another week of no rain, we'll definitely be entering the "abnormally dry" phase of drought development.  We haven't had nearly the amount of rain here as other areas of eastern Tennessee, and completely missed any significant rain with Irma thanks to downsloping winds over the mountains.  Considering October is normally our driest month, that's not good news in the short term.  Hopefully, November will bring "normal" precipitation, unlike last year. 

Post Merge: Yesterday at 03:18:24 PM
12Z GFS has frost worthy low temperatures in parts of the eastern Tennessee valley by 10/1. 
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