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Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.77″ at 3 a.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 29.87″ at 1 p.m.

Lowest Relative Humidity : 59% at 5 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 100% at 3 7 a.m.

Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 68 at 12, 1 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 75 at 12 p.m.

Lowest Wind Speed Calm at 6 a.m.
Highest Wind Gust : SW 20 m.p.h.

Lo : 68
Normal : 69
Record Warmest : 78 In 1983 !
Record Coldest : 59 In 2007 !

Hi : 89
Normal : 91
Record Hottest : 101 In 1952 !
Record Coolest : 81 In 1990 !

Rainfall : 0.00″ : Daily Normal 0.15″

Record Wettest : 1.93 In 2015 !

June`s Total To Date : 4.18″ On Third Street in Bemis, TN. : Normal : 3.85″ 0.33″ Below Normal

2018`s : Total to Date : 42.63″ : Normal : 27.39″, + 15.24″ Above Normal

June 23, 2017 : Lo : 73 : Hi : 85 : Rainfall 1.05″

June 23, 2016 : Lo : 76 : Hi : 95 : Rainfall : 0.00″

June 23, 2015 : Lo : 69 : Hi : 97 : Rainfall : 0.58″

June 23, 2014 : Lo : 71 : Hi : 90 : Rainfall : 0.09″

June 23, 2013 : Lo : 68 : Hi : 90 : Rainfall : 0.00″

June 23, 2012 : Lo : 63 : Hi : 92 : Rainfall : 0.00″

June 23, 2011 : Lo : 72 : Hi : 90 : Rainfall : 0.00″

June 23, 2010 : Lo : 75 : Hi : 95 : Rainfall : 0.00″

June 23, 2009 : Lo : 75: Hi : 98 : Rainfall : 0.00″

June 23, 2008 : Lo : 63 : Hi :88 : Rainfall : 0.03″

West TN`s Coldest Lo 64 at Paris, TN

West TN`s Hottest Hi 91 at Memphis, TN`s Airport & N.W.S. office in Memphis, TN

U. S. Highest Temperature for Saturday, June 23, 2018
120 at Death Valley, CA

U. S. Lowest Temperature for Saturday, June 23, 2018
30 at Gothic, CO
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Severe Weather / Re: The Official Summer 2018 MCS fest Thread
« Last post by StormNine on Yesterday at 07:39:09 PM »
Tornado Watch for the AL border counties.  Supercells are possible along the remnant boundary.  A cluster of storms in NW AL looks to get going soon. 
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General Weather / Re: Summer (Cancel) 2018
« Last post by Adam on Yesterday at 05:09:19 PM »
NWS Huntsville found EF-2 damage in Cullman County, AL from the tornado yesterday. Another tornado occurred in Jackson County, AL but I do not think they have surveyed yet. Weak supercells have developed in NW Alabama once again this evening for the second day in a row.

Meanwhile, Lawrence County, TN took a hit from straight line winds for the second day in a row. The saturated soils probably had some impact, but that MCS produced damage all along southern TN.
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Severe Weather / Re: The Official Summer 2018 MCS fest Thread
« Last post by Vols1 on Yesterday at 04:56:54 PM »
Looks like a watch is possible coming up soon
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Severe Weather / Re: The Official Summer 2018 MCS fest Thread
« Last post by Skillsweather on Yesterday at 03:17:07 PM »
The radar looks so promising for rain here. Idk what the hpc is seeing because no models show rain north of 40 really but hpc  has the bulk of the rain north of 40.
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Severe Weather / Re: The Official Summer 2018 MCS fest Thread
« Last post by Thundersnow on Yesterday at 02:26:45 PM »
That cluster has rode the southern counties the whole length of the state from west to east, producing warnings all today. I wonder how far off it is from being considered a derecho.
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Severe Weather / Re: The Official Summer 2018 MCS fest Thread
« Last post by dwagner88 on Yesterday at 01:25:12 PM »
That was quite a feisty storm. An inch of rain fell in 10 minutes. It was probably below severe limits though. No hail, maybe 40 mph winds.
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Severe Weather / Re: The Official Summer 2018 MCS fest Thread
« Last post by harlequin on Yesterday at 08:40:38 AM »
Power is out across a large part of south Memphis/Collierville/Germantown.
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Severe Weather / The Official Summer 2018 MCS fest Thread
« Last post by Thundersnow on Yesterday at 05:53:19 AM »


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...Lower Mississippi Valley through Southeast States....

   MCS may still be in progress over the lower MS Valley region and
   most likely over AR. It remains uncertain whether this activity will
   be severe, but remnant MCV and outflow boundaries accompanying the
   MCS will provide a focus for additional development during the day.
   The downstream atmosphere will likely become moderately unstable
   with up to 2500 J/kg MLCAPE. A belt of stronger winds aloft will
   accompany the MCV/shortwave trough, and storms will likely
   reintensify during the afternoon. The environment appears supportive
   of swaths of damaging wind through the afternoon into the early
   evening.

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