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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by BRUCE on Today at 08:32:55 AM »
Overall.  The cap was just to strong. To erode overall ... the atmosphere was pretty much a loaded gun...
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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 08:19:23 AM »
We picked up exactly one-half inch out here from some dying convection between 2:30 AM and 3:00 AM, but locations just west and south of us received almost nothing.  West and Middle Tennessee were certainly toxic to storms last night.  That's amazing to me, given the ingredients present.

The sharp demarcation between storms and nothing is impressive.

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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by JHart on Today at 08:07:07 AM »
We picked up exactly one-half inch out here from some dying convection between 2:30 AM and 3:00 AM, but locations just west and south of us received almost nothing.  West and Middle Tennessee were certainly toxic to storms last night.  That's amazing to me, given the ingredients present.
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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 05:58:57 AM »
Rounds of heavy storms overnight gave my backyard its heaviest rainfall so far this summer with 1.85" falling by morning.  It was needed.  Before last night's rain, I had only accumulated 1.79" in what is normally one of the wettest months of the year.

Gusty winds and temps in the lower 60's makes it feel more like a September morning.  I'm able to open the windows for the first time in weeks and bring the outdoors back in.
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Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.83″ at 11, 11:59 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 29.94″ at 12 p.m.

Lowest Relative Humidity : 66% at 4 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 100% at 6 a.m.

Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 72 at 1 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 82 at 5 p.m.

Lowest Wind Speed Calm at 12 a.m.
Highest Wind Gust : SW 17 m.p.h. at 12:42 p.m.

Lo : 74
Normal : 69
Record Warmest : 77 In 1996, 2010 & 2015 !
Record Coldest : 57 I 2009 !

Hi : 94 Felt Like 112 in the shade at 4 p.m.
Normal : 91
Record Hottest : 102 In 1986 !
Record Coolest : 79 In 2015 !

Rainfall : 0.00″ : Daily Normal 0.13″

Record Wettest : 4.10 In 1975 !

July`s Total To Date : 6.66 On Third Street in Bemis, TN.

2018`s : Total to Date : 50.54″

July 19, 2017 : Lo : 75 : Hi : 96 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2016 : Lo : 73 : Hi : 96 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2015 : Lo : 77* : Hi : 97 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2014 : Lo : 67 : Hi : 85 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2013 : Lo : 71 : Hi : 91 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2012 : Lo : 75 : Hi : 94 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2011 : Lo : 74 : Hi : 93 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2010 : Lo : 77 : Hi : 94 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2009 : Lo : 57** : Hi : 85 : Rainfall : 0.00″

July 19, 2008 : Lo : 72 : Hi : 97 : Rainfall : 0.00″

West TN`s Coldest Lo 72 at N.W.S. office in Memphis & Paris, TN

West TN`s Hottest Hi 96 at N.W.S. office in Memphis, TN

U. S. Highest Temperature for Friday, July 20, 2018
120 at Death Valley, CA

U. S. Lowest Temperature for Friday, July 20, 2018
27 at West Yellowstone Gateway, MT
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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by WXRocker on Today at 02:00:33 AM »
It's a bit odd for me to look out and see the flashes from lightning over in Bowling Green but I live in Hopkinsville where NOTHING at all is happening.   ::bangingheadintowall::

I hope for everyone else's safety in the thick of it all.  But here - we were done before we got started.

 
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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by Skillsweather on Today at 01:55:32 AM »
This may not be done yet...

https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md1113.html

Weird way to watch things fire with a southwest moving outflow boundary- still not confident it will make it all the way to my area.


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Idk this systems been one strange one for sure.. Talk about a curve ball haha. But the storms near Bowling green has like been slowing to a stall almost like its building a cold pool that we see with like big bowing sectors later. Probably just grasping though. But that could be another wave for me at least and maybe even allow storms to fire further west slightly so you might get in on the action too. Im happy now though with what I have got. Especially with how it was looking earlier for me. Probably got 2 inch's of rain now here.
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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by Thundersnow on Today at 01:50:47 AM »
This may not be done yet...

https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md1113.html

Weird way to watch things fire with a southwest moving outflow boundary- still not confident it will make it all the way to my area.


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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by Skillsweather on Today at 01:01:22 AM »
SPC just updated a few minutes ago and nothing has changed with the outlook. Mod risk remains. Storms are now starting to fire east of I-65 well after forecasted timing. Outflow boundary also moving southwest now from storms near the KY/TN border.
Yeah that outflow should help kick off more storms for the I-65 area. I still think thats as far west as things go. But the storm just north of my area (partially on me as its raining) is one crazy storm lots of lightning..
Like 1-2 lightning flash's a second. I couldnt imagine driving in this lightning lol
Idk why we have a warning for but theres like very little wind at all. Lots of rain  and if we get to much more we might need a flash flood warning. But i think we can handle more rain for a bit. Creeks was all empty before this.
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Severe Weather / Re: July 20th 2018 Severe Weather Possibilities
« Last post by mamMATTus on Today at 12:57:26 AM »
SPC just updated a few minutes ago and nothing has changed with the outlook. Mod risk remains. Storms are now starting to fire east of I-65 well after forecasted timing. Outflow boundary also moving southwest now from storms near the KY/TN border.

::Edit:: Actually may have spoken too soon. They updated the text but not the graphic at time of posting.
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