Posted by: martysweather | September 9, 2009

9/9/2009 @ 7AM in Bedford County, Tennessee

Once again we have morning Sunshine after a wild evening the day before. Parts of the county and most surrounding counties had a good deal of rain late Tuesday afternoon along with another dose of lightening. Here our Rain gauge only caught .02″ but less than a mile away they had a heavy downpour. That’s the way these small but strong storms are and we likely have more for this afternoon….Out in the Atlantic Hurricane Fred is looking like he’s taking a Northerly track and will not hit land, so he’s not a threat. There is a wave off the South Florida coast but not looking to active so maybe we have another peaceful week on the beaches. The puppy dog trail is still quite as we are in the very late Summer doldrums I guess. The Spider on the front Deck is still faithfully putting up his web every night, weather permitting, and is gone along with is captives every morning. We locally are still going to have to deal with these 20% isolated showers for a few more days. This morning there is a large area of Showers and Thunderstorms in Southern Missouri that could interact with our Humid air this afternoon to give us a better chance of some Strong Storms so you might want to be aware this afternoon. Now let’s look at those facts.

We reported a paltry .02″ of Rain this morning. Some folks locally had a LOT more.
Temperature at 7AM is 64 degrees. Warming to 86 today and down to about 63 tonight. That’s about the same as yesterday.

Barometer is 30.08″ and Steady for the moment. Looks like a area of disturbed weather may drop the pressure a shade more this evening. No big moves however.

Humidity is solidly 100% and even as the Sun burns some of that off we will be muggy today.

Wind is Calm but likely Northwest later today at 5 to 10 mph and perhaps gusty if you get a Thunder Shower.

Sky is Partly Cloudy and expect a lot of Clouds and Sun today.

The Summary, Today: Isolated showers and thunderstorms. Partly cloudy, with a high near 86. Calm wind becoming west northwest around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%.Tonight: Isolated showers and thunderstorms before midnight. Patchy fog after midnight. Otherwise, partly cloudy, with a low around 63. North wind around 5 mph becoming calm. Chance of precipitation is 20%.Thursday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 9am. We are for the time being stuck in this current cycle of afternoon stormy weather, something will come along in a few days to clear all of this out. Have a good day.

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