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Title: September 2020
Post by: Curt on August 28, 2020, 04:32:18 PM
Bye bye 90's? Call me maybe.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on August 28, 2020, 05:03:24 PM
I forgot we were doing the month-based threads now.

I hope it is a more traditional September after the last few torchy ones.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on August 28, 2020, 05:14:27 PM
I forgot we were doing the month-based threads now.

I hope it is a more traditional September after the last few torchy ones.

I just started the Fall general thread before the Winter thread came out so we don't upset nature like we did the past few years.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on August 28, 2020, 06:03:40 PM
I just started the Fall general thread before the Winter thread came out so we don't upset nature like we did the past few years.

I think it may be okay to still have a generic "pre-season" thread to discuss general trends going in but then talk about specific systems and dates in the month threads.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: dwagner88 on August 28, 2020, 06:10:04 PM
The GFS has a low of 48 degrees here on 9/11. Bring. It. On.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: schneitzeit on August 29, 2020, 11:05:20 AM
Bye bye 90's? Call me maybe.

Hard to buy into
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: bugalou on August 29, 2020, 11:50:43 AM
I forgot we were doing the month-based threads now.

I hope it is a more traditional September after the last few torchy ones.

Amen to that!  An early fall would be nice for once.  I literally cannot remember the last cool September for this area.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on August 29, 2020, 11:54:21 AM
Amen to that!  An early fall would be nice for once.  I literally cannot remember the last cool September for this area.
yeah we are living in a new era now... it be around hallloween we see the first legit big cool down again im sure
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Matthew on August 29, 2020, 12:02:18 PM
Iíd say lower 50ís is a big cool down for September.  Hoping it happens.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Matthew on August 29, 2020, 12:04:05 PM
Wonder is we will have an MCS from the storms building to NW. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on August 29, 2020, 12:51:13 PM
Wonder is we will have an MCS from the storms building to NW.
the first mcs will die out... but will lay down boundaries for another later this afternoon and evening
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Clint on August 29, 2020, 06:19:40 PM
Itís been many years since weíve had a Fall like cool September. Most years we experience 90į temps late in the month. This looks nice...

(https://i.imgur.com/GtJEz4R.png)

Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on August 29, 2020, 07:51:31 PM
2011 was the last time we had a solidly below average September.  We are definitely overdue for one to say the least.  To be honest this Summer although quite humid was overall one of the more bearable summers of the last 5 years.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: schneitzeit on August 29, 2020, 09:39:27 PM
Amen to that!  An early fall would be nice for once.  I literally cannot remember the last cool September for this area.

I actually want to say September 2017 was pretty cool or at least average based on my memory of it
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on August 30, 2020, 07:07:02 AM

Here is Nashville's performace during the last 10 or so Septembers in departure from average:

2019: +8.9 (2nd Warmest on Record)  ::blowtorch::  ::blowtorch::
2018: +5.8 (7th or 8th Warmest on Record I believe)  ::blowtorch::
2017: +0.3
2016: +4.5  ::blowtorch::
2015: +2.6
2014: +1.5
2013: +1.6
2012:  -0.6
2011: -2.4 (multiple days in the 60s and 70s what the actual heck)   ::cold::
2010: +1.9
2009: +0.8
2008: +2.4
2007: +4.3  ::blowtorch::
2006: -0.1
2005:  +3.6  ::blowtorch::
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on August 30, 2020, 09:52:24 AM
The key driver of cooler and wetter times is that we are dealing with a super strong Sonora High Ridge (aka Southwest Ridge) instead of a strong Bermuda Ridge (aka Southeast Ridge) which is strong enough along with the riding over the Atlantic Ocean to allow for weaknesses in our area to develop.

With a La-Nina pattern kicking in I don't have any reason to assume that the Southwest ridge will be leaving anytime soon which may have some winter ramifications both good and bad.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: schneitzeit on August 30, 2020, 09:57:18 AM
The key driver of cooler and wetter times is that we are dealing with a super strong Sonora High Ridge (aka Southwest Ridge) instead of a strong Bermuda Ridge (aka Southeast Ridge) which is strong enough along with the riding over the Atlantic Ocean to allow for weaknesses in our area to develop.

With a La-Nina pattern kicking in I don't have any reason to assume that the Southwest ridge will be leaving anytime soon which may have some winter ramifications both good and bad.

I recall last autumn when the Mountain West started out with record cold while we torched. It appears to be the opposite this year, yet not as extreme. I'm certain both sides are glad to trade.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on August 30, 2020, 06:35:53 PM
Euro weeklies are very favorable for our area especially west of I-75 for much of the month of September.   

Areas from Vancouver, BC to Tuscon, AZ and points west look to have the September that we had last year if that verifies. 

Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: cgauxknox on August 31, 2020, 07:59:49 AM
NWS is giving us good news to start the week:

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: snowdog on August 31, 2020, 08:20:47 AM
Hopefully this is a peek at our winter pattern.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: schneitzeit on August 31, 2020, 12:28:59 PM
Hopefully this is a peek at our winter pattern.

Oh Lord, please! We deserve it!!
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on August 31, 2020, 04:02:12 PM
I am hoping for a sunny warm weekend this weekend one last summer pool weekend and then cool down all it wants lol
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Crockett on August 31, 2020, 04:30:10 PM
Someone mentioned how tolerable this summer has been, although muggy. I wish someone charted the percentage of days that are overcast. I'll bet we're way above normal this summer. I don't recall a summer that's featured as much cloudy/gloomy weather as this one has.

The mosquitoes and gnats are loving it.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on August 31, 2020, 04:31:40 PM
Someone mentioned how tolerable this summer has been, although muggy. I wish someone charted the percentage of days that are overcast. I'll bet we're way above normal this summer. I don't recall a summer that's featured as much cloudy/gloomy weather as this one has.

The mosquitoes and gnats are loving it.

Yes I agree , I would say probably 40% of our summer days this year have been either mostly cloudy or just plain cloudy, memorial day weekend was a horrible way to kick it off but technically that's spring lol
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Matthew on August 31, 2020, 06:12:52 PM
I donít think itís been an awful summer.  Humid most definitely and wet most certainly.  Definitely been a green summer.  Looks like starting off September wet which not complaining.  Also lighting bugs to me this year were in abundance.  On scale of 10 to me this summer is a 8.  I am pleased to not have to water too much and sow a dead yard this fall.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on August 31, 2020, 07:13:22 PM
The euro picking up on a nice major cool down little over week out ... gfs has been hinting on it also... could see first low in the 40s of this season ... refreshing air it would be
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: ryandourius on September 01, 2020, 12:11:09 AM
Looks like another Gulf storm sometime late this week and early next week.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Susan on September 01, 2020, 07:51:36 AM
Looks like another Gulf storm sometime late this week and early next week.

Where are you seeing this?  I watch the Gulf pretty closely and see nothing in the short range.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 01, 2020, 07:53:08 AM
Where are you seeing this?  I watch the Gulf pretty closely and see nothing in the short range.

Right here.  Might not be a Gulf storm though.  Scroll down past the fish storm.
https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2020-08-31-tropical-depression-fifteen-atlantic-tropical-storm-nana
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Susan on September 01, 2020, 08:40:37 AM
Right here.  Might not be a Gulf storm though.  Scroll down past the fish storm.
https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2020-08-31-tropical-depression-fifteen-atlantic-tropical-storm-nana

Yes, I have been watching those.  I haven't seen any indication they will become Gulf storms.  Checking to see I had missed something.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 01, 2020, 10:45:37 AM
Yes, I have been watching those.  I haven't seen any indication they will become Gulf storms.  Checking to see I had missed something.

Yea pretty unlikely they become gulf storms.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on September 01, 2020, 04:13:51 PM
interesting line approaching Memphis, did not expect that
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: mamMATTus on September 01, 2020, 04:35:53 PM
Weak tornado likely on the ground around Leiper's Fork currently...
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Nash_LSU on September 01, 2020, 04:37:01 PM
Some nasty stuff currently coming through the mid state. I was about to leave work, but decided I'd stay put for a few more minutes.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: snowdog on September 01, 2020, 04:41:10 PM
Humidity ain't playing. Just mowed the yard before the rain and looks like I just got done swimming with my clothes on.

Ready for lower humidity.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 04:41:39 PM
From TBNA radar(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200901/874c81197d8b73f5f3f00ad27ba7a41c.jpg)

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 01, 2020, 04:47:33 PM
Appears to be weakening on latest scans.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 04:48:16 PM
Appears to be weakening on latest scans.

Outflow won. I'd be interested to see if it recycles east of 65.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 01, 2020, 04:49:14 PM
It definitely was tight in western Williamson- couldn't be surprised if there was a brief touchdown over there.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 04:50:54 PM
It definitely was tight in western Williamson- couldn't be surprised if there was a brief touchdown over there.

For sure. There was a brief signature on CC but it only lasted one scan. That was back over Leiper's Fork.


Edit: When it gets closer to 65, it should be visible from TDOT cameras.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 04:56:09 PM
Canceled warning 7min early.

Keeping an eye on it though, on track for my parents house eventually.

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: mamMATTus on September 01, 2020, 05:00:57 PM
Canceled warning 7min early.

Keeping an eye on it though, on track for my parents house eventually.

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You can see on velocity scan it's trying to start rotating again...
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 05:01:22 PM
New Severe Thunderstorm Warning. Should be interesting to see what happens when these two converge in Nolensville. (https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200901/3878534ab8bc324794746dc228063a1d.jpg)

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: mamMATTus on September 01, 2020, 05:08:22 PM
New Severe Thunderstorm Warning. Should be interesting to see what happens when these two converge in Nolensville. (https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200901/3878534ab8bc324794746dc228063a1d.jpg)

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Yep I was wondering the same. Based on tracks these are supposedly headed toward me in Lebanon but I'm not sure I buy that.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 05:14:29 PM
Yep I was wondering the same. Based on tracks these are supposedly headed toward me in Lebanon but I'm not sure I buy that.

Convergence. Looked like it got a little windy on Nolensville Rd between downtown Nolensville and Triune.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 01, 2020, 05:22:33 PM
Quote
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
Tornado Warning
National Weather Service Memphis TN
518 PM CDT Tue Sep 1 2020

The National Weather Service in Memphis has issued a

* Tornado Warning for...
  East central Pemiscot County in southeastern Missouri...
  Central Lake County in western Tennessee...

* Until 545 PM CDT.
   
* At 518 PM CDT, doppler radar indicated a severe thunderstorm
  producing a tornado was located near Tiptonville, or near Reelfoot
  Lake State Park, moving northeast at 25 mph.

  HAZARD...Tornado.

  SOURCE...Radar indicated rotation.

  IMPACT...Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without
           shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed.
           Damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur.  Tree
           damage is likely.

* Locations impacted include...
  Reelfoot Lake State Park, Tiptonville, Ridgely, Haynes, Wynnburg,
  Sunkist Beach, Madie, Mooring, Wright, Blue Bank, Keefe and Proctor
  City.

We have a little baby supercell in Lake County.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 01, 2020, 05:23:59 PM
That little baby got itself some trees or something because the correlation coefficient went blue.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 05:24:41 PM
Convergence. Looked like it got a little windy on Nolensville Rd between downtown Nolensville and Triune.

Ha, they just kinda bounced off each other. The southern one went right over my parents' house and Matthew's house.

Heaviest winds in Rutherford traveling down the Almaville Rd/Hwy 102/Lee Victory Pkwy corridor.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 01, 2020, 05:26:19 PM
Storming good here in Nolensville.

Hot spot on velocity rode up just a couple of miles to my east- winds did gust a bit here- maybe 30-40 mph range.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 01, 2020, 05:29:06 PM
May miss just south but Tiptonville is in a precarious position as is surrounding Reelfoot. Video confirmation of a tornado in progress and possible debris signature as well.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 01, 2020, 05:30:31 PM
By the way, just to give a reference point on where I am- I can walk out my front door and see the TBNA globe about half a mile from me.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 01, 2020, 05:35:07 PM
Arkansas storm coming just NW of Hickory Ridge is just under TOR criteria. Worth watching as it moves towards Harrisburg
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 05:36:53 PM
Looks like the two cells in Mid TN just re-converged over Percy Priest Lake in the LaVergne area. TBNA showing 70mph winds, KOHX showing 65mph immediately over the middle of the lake.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 01, 2020, 05:44:03 PM
On a semi-related note, RadarScope pushed an update today for iOS and Android. My Mac updated but I lost all my location data points. Anyone else lose theirs in the update too?
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 01, 2020, 06:08:25 PM
In general storms are weakening...trend may continue. However...storm in Phillips County AR is on the threshold to perhaps requiring a TOR. KNQA VAD is deriving 150 m2/s2 0-1km SRH and 248 m2/s2 0-3km SRH as these storms do hit a narrow axis of increased 3km CAPE and low-level lapse rates. They may have an opportunity to briefly intensify over the next hour or two.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 01, 2020, 06:24:45 PM
Gotta be honest...have no idea why that Severe Thunderstorm Watch was issued across the MS River lol. Except that one storm headed generally toward Tunica everything is weakening rapidly. TN/KY portion especially is befuddling....
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Susan on September 02, 2020, 07:20:35 AM
On a semi-related note, RadarScope pushed an update today for iOS and Android. My Mac updated but I lost all my location data points. Anyone else lose theirs in the update too?

Yes!  Mine are gone too.  Also, I am no longer able to zoom in using my mouse. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Eric on September 02, 2020, 12:17:14 PM
Yes!  Mine are gone too.  Also, I am no longer able to zoom in using my mouse.

I think you have to hold the "option" key while zooming.  I'm not a Mac user so I have no idea what the "option" key is. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 02, 2020, 12:22:23 PM
I noticed yesterday that international radar sites are now showing up on RadarScope. You can now look at the radar at sites in Europe. Maybe, that's been there and I just now noticed it.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Dyersburg Weather on September 02, 2020, 04:33:00 PM
Donít know that I have ever seen a rain pattern like this the first week of September. Good grief.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Dyersburg Weather on September 02, 2020, 06:12:31 PM
Decent rotation on Tornado warned storm approaching Memphis area
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on September 02, 2020, 06:12:38 PM
supercell nearing memphis
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on September 02, 2020, 06:16:11 PM
Decent rotation on Tornado warned storm approaching Memphis area

looks like you and i posted at same time dyer :)
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 02, 2020, 06:21:35 PM
Looks like it's weakening as it approaches the river. Another circulation behind it which actually appears a bit stronger than that one at this exact moment but has in general been weaker overall.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 02, 2020, 06:41:54 PM
One cell slightly to the north of it. Trying show better rotation along I 40 just east of Forrest city
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 02, 2020, 06:49:11 PM
The up cell in NW Mississippi County AR looks more impressive than anything left in Crittenden County but all look well below TOR criteria. Still a bit impressive on reflectivity...clearly mini-supercells but low-level rotation has ramped down significantly.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 02, 2020, 07:17:06 PM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Eg8xChCXcAEkkgd?format=jpg&name=large)

Impressive structurally for sure
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 02, 2020, 08:22:37 PM
EF0 confirmed in Williamson County yesterday-

https://www.wkrn.com/weather/severe-weather/nws-ef-0-tornado-confirmed-tuesday-in-williamson-county/
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Clarksville Snowman on September 02, 2020, 11:54:50 PM
Looks like we are fixing to have a thunderstorm, pretty strong storm entering Montgomery County. I am going to need a swamp buggy with mower blades, we have had so much rain the last few days it's going to be some wet grass cut in the coming few weeks. ::rain::
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: bugalou on September 03, 2020, 01:48:50 PM
Euro is trying to ruin next week's cool down.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 03, 2020, 03:45:59 PM
Euro is trying to ruin next week's cool down.

Saw that.  Ive been trying to take advantage of the last few really humid and hot days we have had to get some good runs in.  Once that temp drops below 80 and the humidity drops I hate running.  Will probably get a few more runs in here and there when we have warm ups through the end of September and early October.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 03, 2020, 04:39:46 PM
Euro is trying to ruin next week's cool down.

Its on an island for now. Even its ensemble, which is the warmest of those, is cooler than the ops run. The ops has been too warm all summer. The opposite is the GFS ops run which has highs in the low 60's in a few days. Truth might be in the middle...which means highs in the 70's and lows in the 50's with no humidity. I will take it.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 03, 2020, 05:41:21 PM
Saw that.  Ive been trying to take advantage of the last few really humid and hot days we have had to get some good runs in.  Once that temp drops below 80 and the humidity drops I hate running.  Will probably get a few more runs in here and there when we have warm ups through the end of September and early October.
yes. My favorite running weather is dewpoints around 75 at least
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Clay on September 03, 2020, 09:49:04 PM
Y'all this is an actual current forecast for Denver:

Sunday: High 99 with sunny skies
Labor Day: High 90 with sunny skies
Tuesday: High 43 rain transitioning to snow. Lows near freezing.

Oh to live on the front range...
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: mamMATTus on September 03, 2020, 11:06:55 PM
Y'all this is an actual current forecast for Denver:

Sunday: High 99 with sunny skies
Labor Day: High 90 with sunny skies
Tuesday: High 43 rain transitioning to snow. Lows near freezing.

Oh to live on the front range...

I did for a year. It was crazy.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: nrgJeff on September 04, 2020, 07:42:56 AM
That's gorgeous! From a drone?

(Memphis mini-sup previous page)
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Eg8xChCXcAEkkgd?format=jpg&name=large)

Impressive structurally for sure
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: JKT1987 on September 04, 2020, 11:23:17 AM
That's gorgeous! From a drone?

(Memphis mini-sup previous page)

That was from WMC's tower cam at their studio in Midtown
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 04, 2020, 03:43:54 PM
A few timing differences, but now all globals and ensembles show a major cooldown that looks to break summer by mid week. Looks like highs in the low 70's and lows in the 50's will be the rule. Denver may get 6-8 inches of snow next week, too. Just another day in September for them.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 04, 2020, 03:51:03 PM
A few timing differences, but now all globals and ensembles show a major cooldown that looks to break summer by mid week. Looks like highs in the low 70's and lows in the 50's will be the rule. Denver may get 6-8 inches of snow next week, too. Just another day in September for them.

A mere 2 days after highs in the upper 90s- just incredible.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 04, 2020, 04:47:26 PM
A mere 2 days after highs in the upper 90s- just incredible.
We wonít ever see a graph like this:

(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200904/6431cfeab5337b596094c3fc3d3c3ff4.jpg)
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: cgauxknox on September 04, 2020, 06:49:05 PM
Never say never. I remember a day in Middle Tennessee, I think it was March 2003, where we went from heavy thunderstorms in the morning to quite a bit of snow after dark. That was a fun day.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Clay on September 04, 2020, 07:15:00 PM
April of '19 we went from upper 30s with flurries to 80 the next day. Imagine how cold that would feel after flirting with triple digits haha!
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 04, 2020, 09:05:58 PM
i can remember a time or two were we have had a tornado watch and a winter storm watch in the same package... that was intersting ::yum::
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 04, 2020, 10:45:38 PM
Never say never. I remember a day in Middle Tennessee, I think it was March 2003, where we went from heavy thunderstorms in the morning to quite a bit of snow after dark. That was a fun day.
In 2018, we went from 65 to 20 in less than 24 hours with a winter storm. Impressive. But 99 to 20 with 6 inches of snow in less than 72 hours... wow.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Clint on September 05, 2020, 01:01:57 AM
In 2018, we went from 65 to 20 in less than 24 hours with a winter storm. Impressive. But 99 to 20 with 6 inches of snow in less than 72 hours... wow.

I agree, this is about as extreme as it gets.
(https://i.imgur.com/60kZKeV.jpg)
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 06, 2020, 07:44:46 AM
Parts of Montana, Wyoming (including Cheyenne), and Colorado (including Denver) are under a Winter Storm Watch.  Many of these areas are in the 90s today and even tomorrow.   

Most in West and Middle TN get their cold front by Thursday in which we should see some widepsread 70s.  Upper 60s for highs cannot be completely ruled out in the NW corner of the state.  The CPC outlook suggest that 70s should eventually make it into East TN but it may take till the weekend as there is some SE ridge resistance slowing the front down.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 06, 2020, 08:28:11 AM
Denver office is suggesting some areas seeing record highs today may see record lows a couple of days later. That in itself is astounding.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 06, 2020, 11:39:43 AM
It makes us look a bit silly complaining about ground temperatures after being in the 60s and 70s.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 06, 2020, 11:58:53 AM
15 day forecast says what cold front???? This better not be the traditional bust of a forecast like usual.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 06, 2020, 12:03:49 PM
The GFS is head strong with the cold shot.

The Euro pops a hurricane in the Western Atlantic and that hurricane ends up stregthening the ridge to the west and the ridge to the west is our SE Ridge.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 06, 2020, 12:07:29 PM
A lot will depend on the placement of a future hurricane in the Western Atlantic because remember hurricanes boost up ridges to their west.  In 2017, Maria ended our September cool snap by boosting up the ridge in our area and giving us 7 days of 90+ temps.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 06, 2020, 04:27:27 PM
Heck there isnít a high below 82 through next Monday now lol good gosh. Lows are forecasted to be in the upper 60s now.  Well it was fun to fantasize about, just like winter.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 06, 2020, 05:28:53 PM
Heck there isnít a high below 82 through next Monday now lol good gosh. Lows are forecasted to be in the upper 60s now.  Well it was fun to fantasize about, just like winter.

It looks like the Euro may have sniffed this one out sadly.  The track of that hurricane out in the Atlantic needs to be watched because if you get a lot of fish storms that come semi-close to the USA they tend to pump up the Southeast Ridge. 

Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 06, 2020, 06:40:25 PM
It looks like the Euro may have sniffed this one out sadly.  The track of that hurricane out in the Atlantic needs to be watched because if you get a lot of fish storms that come semi-close to the USA they tend to pump up the Southeast Ridge.

Yep agreed
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 07, 2020, 07:03:37 AM
Western Cutoff Low plus weakness over the Atlantic =  2007, 2015, 2016, 2018 September repeat in the short to medium term.   

Not quite as hot as last year (mostly a bunch of 85-91F days) although if a stronger than expected tropical system forms out in the ocean (pumping up the ridge) and we dry out more than we could see 2018-2019 like heat a little later on. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 07, 2020, 07:58:08 AM
This is just another reminder that we can do all the predicting we want weeks or months out but we donít know squat about what will happen.  I think we all learned the past 2 winters not to believe anything past 5 days at the most.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 07, 2020, 08:16:01 AM
For posterityís sake, hereís the current forecast for Denver-

This is the forecast for today- alright, hotter than in Tennessee... think about that for a second:

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Labor Day
Areas of smoke. Sunny, with a high near 92. Calm wind becoming west northwest 5 to 8 mph in the morning.

Now- hereís the forecast for TOMORROW. Let this sink in:

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Tuesday

Rain and snow, becoming all snow after noon. High near 35. Breezy, with a north wind 11 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 31 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible.
Tuesday Night
Snow. Low around 29. North northeast wind 5 to 10 mph, with gusts as high as 17 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible.

How crazy is that?

By the way, Denver is forecast back into the 80s by this weekend.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 07, 2020, 12:36:10 PM
Bye bye 90's? Call me maybe.

Can we please ban Curt for saying this????? Lol.  Jinxed the early arrival of fall with that talk.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 07, 2020, 01:36:28 PM
Can we please ban Curt for saying this????? Lol.  Jinxed the early arrival of fall with that talk.
be hard to ban a moderator lol...
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 07, 2020, 01:54:15 PM
The GFS is being Lucy with the football by showing fall-like weather right outside the 7-10 day timeframe then of course we know it will push it back. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 07, 2020, 02:08:19 PM
be hard to ban a moderator lol...

Lol. Well Bruce on the bright side we get at least another 10+ days of our favorite running weather.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Crockett on September 07, 2020, 02:36:04 PM
At least we aren't seeing a repeat of September 2019, which was just hellish. We're in that awkward season where you use your car's heater when you're driving to work in the morning and its AC when you're driving home in the afternoon...which is pretty much right on schedule. We didn't reach this phase until October last year. I don't ever recall a September as miserable as last year's.

(And before Curt gives me flack for it, yes I do root for hot weather in the summer. But September isn't climatological summer. Everything in its season!  ;) )
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 07, 2020, 08:27:47 PM
At least we aren't seeing a repeat of September 2019, which was just hellish. We're in that awkward season where you use your car's heater when you're driving to work in the morning and its AC when you're driving home in the afternoon...which is pretty much right on schedule. We didn't reach this phase until October last year. I don't ever recall a September as miserable as last year's.

(And before Curt gives me flack for it, yes I do root for hot weather in the summer. But September isn't climatological summer. Everything in its season!  ;) )

YET! Dunno about yíall but that heat in the truck doesnít come on until lows hit the low 40s to 30s.  Everyone thinks Iím crazy because I roll with the windows down in the morning when itís 50 degrees out, love it!
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 08, 2020, 12:18:32 AM
At least we aren't seeing a repeat of September 2019, which was just hellish. We're in that awkward season where you use your car's heater when you're driving to work in the morning and its AC when you're driving home in the afternoon...which is pretty much right on schedule. We didn't reach this phase until October last year. I don't ever recall a September as miserable as last year's.

(And before Curt gives me flack for it, yes I do root for hot weather in the summer. But September isn't climatological summer. Everything in its season!  ;) )
anyone had turn on heat even in morning may want  check their iron level... wow . Heat really?
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Crockett on September 08, 2020, 09:11:28 AM
anyone had turn on heat even in morning may want  check their iron level... wow . Heat really?

tenn long state .. take 8 hrs drive cross , mountains n swamps ,, so course temps gonna vary 1 place to nuther .
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Eric on September 08, 2020, 09:48:44 AM
tenn long state .. take 8 hrs drive cross , mountains n swamps ,, so course temps gonna vary 1 place to nuther .

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: mamMATTus on September 08, 2020, 09:54:03 AM
The fire is knocking on my parent's door in Oregon. Getting very worried. They just lost water and power a few hours ago. Level 3 evacuations just to their north. Several of their friends are under that evac order and on the verge of losing everything. It's definitely possible at this point that fire could burn straight into the Eugene area which is a moderately populated city.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 08, 2020, 05:56:09 PM
Detriot, Oregon is in serious trouble right now.   

Malden, WA south of Spokane was largely destroyed by a wildfire this past weekend.  A gender reveal set one off in Southern California. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Matthew on September 08, 2020, 06:52:21 PM
Reports that 10-12 fires have started in last 3 hours wo any lightning? 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 09, 2020, 05:22:06 AM
These foggy mornings here in Kentucky make it look like you are travelling through a much colder version of Venus out here. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 09, 2020, 05:53:03 AM
The 70s for highs just keep getting push back and back. Next week is now looking to be quite warm. Bring on the  ::blowtorch:: weíre all used to it for fall now anyways
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: dwagner88 on September 09, 2020, 07:31:44 AM
The fire is knocking on my parent's door in Oregon. Getting very worried. They just lost water and power a few hours ago. Level 3 evacuations just to their north. Several of their friends are under that evac order and on the verge of losing everything. It's definitely possible at this point that fire could burn straight into the Eugene area which is a moderately populated city.
One of my best friends has a lot of family in Eugene. We stayed there on our Pacific NW road trip a few years ago. Itís a really neat city. Kinda like Oregonís version of Chattanooga, but with a huge college in town.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 09, 2020, 02:42:28 PM
Not a single low below 60 for the 15 day....lol just keeps getting warmer.  Won't be surprised to see 90's again come late September and early October.  The running season continues.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on September 09, 2020, 03:32:01 PM
nothing surprising, past 3 Septembers have been very warm/hot
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 09, 2020, 03:38:03 PM
Not a single low below 60 for the 15 day....lol just keeps getting warmer.  Won't be surprised to see 90's again come late September and early October.  The running season continues.
Youíre forgetting the GFS day 15. It has a low of 59.

Seriously- most highs are in the low to mid 80ís with comfortable night time lows. Thatís nowhere near the last 2 Septembers.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 09, 2020, 06:58:57 PM
Youíre forgetting the GFS day 15. It has a low of 59.

Seriously- most highs are in the low to mid 80ís with comfortable night time lows. Thatís nowhere near the last 2 Septembers.

Lol yea. But you know just as well as me those highs will continue to rise just like they did for this week
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 09, 2020, 07:03:47 PM
Not a single low below 60 for the 15 day....lol just keeps getting warmer.  Won't be surprised to see 90's again come late September and early October.  The running season continues.
i just got through knocking out a couple miles on my treadmill out in my workout room, nice 90 degree humid day. today ;D
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Nashville_Wx on September 09, 2020, 09:09:47 PM
I forecast the air to change over the next 120 days.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: joemomma on September 10, 2020, 08:49:16 AM
Seems about right for early September, honestly.  If it continues then I'll raise a flag.  The start of football season is usually still hot as all get out.  Then it starts cooling down.  Hopefully it does this year.  I can't handle another hot fall.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 10, 2020, 11:51:42 AM
It stinks but at least it is urine instead of the poop pie we had the last two September's.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Eric on September 10, 2020, 11:53:45 AM
It stinks but at least it is urine instead of the poop pie we had the last two September's.

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 10, 2020, 12:16:32 PM
It stinks but at least it is urine instead of the poop pie we had the last two September's.

Lol famous quote right there.  What would we call last October?  A urine and poop pie combo?
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: cbrentv318 on September 10, 2020, 05:52:38 PM
Lol famous quote right there.  What would we call last October?  A urine and poop pie combo?
Day 3 Bonnnaroo bathrooms. 


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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: cgauxknox on September 11, 2020, 09:07:30 AM
It's a beautiful, sunny day in Knoxville today, very much like it was 19 years ago.
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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 12, 2020, 02:12:55 PM
After Sally departs mid week, we get the cool down. Highs around 70 and little humidity.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on September 12, 2020, 02:28:44 PM
torrential rain for over an hour in hohenwald....miserable...has to have been at least 2 inches
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 12, 2020, 02:37:03 PM
After Sally departs mid week, we get the cool down. Highs around 70 and little humidity.

That the gfs or something? 15 day isnít showing a high below 79 until the 23rd for NW TN. Hope itís wrong
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: bugalou on September 12, 2020, 04:59:33 PM
Sally will need to be watched.  Somewhere TN is almost certainly going to get heavy rain from it and if it gets west enough and strengthens enough a potential tornado and gusty wind threat.  Models seem to be drifting west with landfall. Should have a much better idea of what we are dealing with by this time tomorrow.  Someone on the coast is going to to get some biblical rainfall from this upwards of 30 inches modeled currently - hopefully it stays away from New Orleans.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 12, 2020, 05:01:57 PM
That the gfs or something? 15 day isnít showing a high below 79 until the 23rd for NW TN. Hope itís wrong
Euro 12z
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 12, 2020, 05:38:58 PM
If the Euro shows it and can hold on to it then it is legit. 

The Euro would be the first to sniff out a fake.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: dwagner88 on September 12, 2020, 07:46:47 PM
The GFS has highs on Thursday in the mid 60ís with heavy rain from what I assume is Sally. That has to be close to a record low maximum.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 12, 2020, 09:52:27 PM
O La NiŮa getting her act together now ... ::yum::
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: cliftown04 on September 13, 2020, 08:06:39 AM
4.73 in the gauge since the rain started yesterday around noon.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: dwagner88 on September 13, 2020, 09:53:53 AM
Only got 0.40Ē all week while I was gone. Flowers and grass are very dry. I hope the GFS forecast for Sally pans out. We could use the rain here.

On the other side of the coin, it looks like SE Davidson county has had almost 5Ē of rain this morning and no signs of it moving out.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 13, 2020, 10:38:20 AM
Significant flooding in parts of Mid TN- Mill Creek in Nolensville at the highest flood stage *since* 2010 (keeping in mind still 6 feet short of that crest). Still several roads are closed from flooding.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Clay on September 13, 2020, 10:43:17 AM
Significant flooding in parts of Mid TN- Mill Creek in Nolensville at the highest flood stage *since* 2010 (keeping in mind still 6 feet short of that crest). Still several roads are closed from flooding.


We're pushing 6" of rain since daybreak roughly 4 hrs ago. I'm sure nearby Culberson/Bluff road is under 4 ft of water.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 13, 2020, 11:03:12 AM

We're pushing 6" of rain since daybreak roughly 4 hrs ago. I'm sure nearby Culberson/Bluff road is under 4 ft of water.
NFD has already responded to stranded motorists on Culberson this morning.

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Clay on September 13, 2020, 11:03:41 AM
I-24 is shutdown between Haywood and Bell Rd. Currently impassable.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Nash_LSU on September 13, 2020, 11:49:21 AM
Mill Creek looking pretty swollen. Once I put the kid down for his nap I'm going out back to check my gauge and creek. I've been right on the line of a lot and not as much. SE of my has just been getting hammered.

(https://i.imgur.com/bKZpEmo.png)
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: mamMATTus on September 13, 2020, 12:15:13 PM
Wow I definitely was not expecting THIS kind of flooding.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: mamMATTus on September 13, 2020, 01:02:32 PM
Extraordinarily bad day to be traveling on I-24 between the weather and now a carjacking around Manchester. Interstate is now shutdown in multiple places.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: dwagner88 on September 13, 2020, 01:21:07 PM
My in laws live in the Cane Ridge area. Many roads in that vicinity are flooded. Thankfully it looks like the heavy stuff is finally moving out.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 13, 2020, 01:30:07 PM
It's just 2020 reminding us that it is, in fact, 2020. Nothing like a flashback to May 2010, right?

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on September 13, 2020, 01:37:04 PM
doppler showing around 8 inches of rain since yesterday in my area of lewis county....it was horrible ...creeks way out of banks here

easily the worst here since may 2010 ... got nearly 14 inches in that system, but this is still pretty bad
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 13, 2020, 03:30:12 PM
This event definitely was a sneaky one.  Five of our six major weather events have been sneaky ones that weren't quite expected.  The only one that wasn't a complete surprise was the Chattanooga Easter tornado.   
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 13, 2020, 03:31:52 PM
Today's flooding, the January and May Derecho events, the Middle TN March tornadoes, and the Southeast TN snowstorm were all just wow!! I can't believe that happened and those were are noteworthy events so far in 2020. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 13, 2020, 03:49:00 PM
Some homes and businesses were flooded in the Nolensville area today. We saw a couple of houses that appeared to take in flood water on the west side of Nolensville Rd on the north side of town. A church, rec center, and historic school all flooded in the town.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Matthew on September 13, 2020, 04:37:16 PM
Well I thought I was finally going to only have to mow my yard 1 time this week instead of 2 like all year so far.  Well thatís out the window.  Sally donít even think about bringing your heavy rain here.   I wonder if we will dry out some in October.  We need to some or winter could bring more flooding issues with ground not drying out as quickly.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 13, 2020, 05:02:39 PM
We do look to dry out for a bit after the cold front/Sally mess mid-week.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Matthew on September 14, 2020, 12:03:22 AM
https://twitter.com/sjpfish/status/1305042737419489280?s=21
Well this is something you donít see everyday.  Tornado sirens for a fire tornado.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 14, 2020, 03:32:01 PM
After Sally, next weekend looks fantastic. 70ís for highs and 50ís for lows with sunshine and low humidity. Now thatís late September weather.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 14, 2020, 03:34:02 PM
Bring it.

We went to the Southwest (Arizona) last week for a few days. Selfishly, I was glad I didn't miss out on the early taste of autumn after all, when it didn't quite pan out as progged. It's high time for that traditional mid-late September change of air mass.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 15, 2020, 08:47:21 AM
After Sally, next weekend looks fantastic. 70ís for highs and 50ís for lows with sunshine and low humidity. Now thatís late September weather.

Curt, I hope you didn't jinx it again.  Seems after this Sunday things are trending warmer again, showing 80+ each day thereafter.  Granted at least it isn't 90+
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: gcbama on September 15, 2020, 09:30:12 AM
Curt, I hope you didn't jinx it again.  Seems after this Sunday things are trending warmer again, showing 80+ each day thereafter.  Granted at least it isn't 90+

 we always get periods of cool down followed by warm up but like you said at least it's not looking like 90's like the past 3 years
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Crockett on September 15, 2020, 09:55:09 AM
Curt, I hope you didn't jinx it again.  Seems after this Sunday things are trending warmer again, showing 80+ each day thereafter.  Granted at least it isn't 90+

Ah, next week's warmup doesn't look too severe nor long-lived. The GFS (yeah I know) is consistently advertising a nice shot of cold air around 9/24-9/25.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 15, 2020, 10:23:35 AM
Yea as long as we stay below 90 from here on out, I'll manage
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 15, 2020, 10:38:16 AM
There's been a tendency in recent years even after some sort of September cooldown for 90 degree days to come roaring back and slap us in the face in early October. Maybe/hopefully that doesn't happen this year... but, I won't at all be surprised if it does.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 15, 2020, 10:44:37 AM
Curt, I hope you didn't jinx it again.  Seems after this Sunday things are trending warmer again, showing 80+ each day thereafter.  Granted at least it isn't 90+

Good lord let me off the hook please. Weather gonna weather. the weekend looks great. Past that I look at the Ensembles- not any ops runs. The Euro ENS warms temps back into the low 80's. The GFS never leaves the 70's and actually has a major cool down towards the tail end. Split the difference and you probably have reality.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 15, 2020, 10:54:38 AM
Good lord let me off the hook please. Weather gonna weather. the weekend looks great. Past that I look at the Ensembles- not any ops runs. The Euro ENS warms temps back into the low 80's. The GFS never leaves the 70's and actually has a major cool down towards the tail end. Split the difference and you probably have reality.

Yikes settle down Sally just busting your balls!  Just been to easy lately lol
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Thundersnow on September 15, 2020, 11:00:57 AM
Yikes settle down Sally just busting your balls!  Just been to easy lately lol

Sally ain't settling down yet... she's about to make landfall.

 ;)
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 15, 2020, 11:36:58 AM
Sally ain't settling down yet... she's about to make landfall.

 ;)

Lol
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: BRUCE on September 15, 2020, 11:38:50 AM
Letís talk about the strengthening La NiŮa... going into winter .😎
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 15, 2020, 12:35:28 PM
Letís talk about the strengthening La NiŮa... going into winter .
Meh NiŮo 3.4 is at negative 0.9...still weak. All modeling shows itís about to bottom out and slowly come back up. Eastern pac is much colder than West Pac.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Eric on September 15, 2020, 12:39:14 PM
Meh NiŮo 3.4 is at negative 0.9...still weak. All modeling shows itís about to bottom out and slowly come back up. Eastern pac is much colder than West Pac.

Easter Pac + Western Pac =

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Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Curt on September 15, 2020, 12:43:19 PM
Easter Pac + Western Pac =

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Ha good catch
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 15, 2020, 07:35:39 PM
A few days in the 70s even if it warms back to the low to mid 80s.  I will take that.

Remember in 2016, 2018, and 2019 we would be begging for a high of 84 and a low below 60F with not as much humidity. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 15, 2020, 08:09:46 PM
A few days in the 70s even if it warms back to the low to mid 80s.  I will take that.

Remember in 2016, 2018, and 2019 we would be begging for a high of 84 and a low below 60F with not as much humidity.

Very true!
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: NismoWx on September 17, 2020, 12:42:48 PM
And, in the spirit of radio, behold, this gift from OHX...


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US National Weather Service Nashville Tennessee

Begin the day with a friendly voice. Happy Thursday, weather peeps. We've made it past the hump and the weekend is near. And what a weekend it promises to be. Today, there will be a few light showers owing to the remnants of Hurricane Sally. These will affect mainly the Cumberland Plateau and areas near the Alabama state line. Also, expect some breeziness today and tomorrow. (It will feel wonderful.) After that, we can look forward to a sustained period of dry, cooler weather across Middle Tennessee. So without further adieu, we give you the greatest 7-day forecast in the the history of 7-day forecasts (or at least in the top 5). Enjoy this weather, everyone. A string of days like these is hard to come by.

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 ::guitar::  ::applause::
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Dyersburg Weather on September 17, 2020, 02:36:54 PM
A year ago today.

9/17/2019
98į High
67į Low
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: snowdog on September 18, 2020, 09:23:32 AM
Watched my daughter's soccer game lastnight under an incredible early fall evening. Looking at Euro and it's ensembles, temps look rather pleasant.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: Crockett on September 18, 2020, 03:51:46 PM
The GFS is advertising an impressive cool down at the end of its run. It's the GFS, and it's 300+ hours out, but still...
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 18, 2020, 05:03:24 PM
The GFS is advertising an impressive cool down at the end of its run. It's the GFS, and it's 300+ hours out, but still...

Yep lows flirting with 40, would be very impressive
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: StormNine on September 18, 2020, 07:55:38 PM
The window is open on an actual Fall day.  I thought after the last 2 years we would never have one of these. 
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: dwagner88 on September 19, 2020, 04:42:31 PM
What an incredible day weather wise. Lightly overcast, north breeze, reasonable humidity, highs around 73. Iíve had the windows open all day.
Title: Re: September 2020
Post by: TNHunter on September 19, 2020, 05:19:46 PM
What an incredible day weather wise. Lightly overcast, north breeze, reasonable humidity, highs around 73. Iíve had the windows open all day.

Yep a carbon copy of today for about 30 days straight would be awesome!