Posted by: martysweather | September 23, 2009

9/23/2009 @ 7AM in Bedford County, Tennessee

The Tropics are tranquil this morning from the Windward Islands all the way to Cape Verde, apparently all of the Tropical Weather is in the Southeast United States, and it won’t go away. After being wet for 2 weeks I’m seeing some Slime Mold spots on the lawn. I guess I can’t complain at least we haven’t been flooded out of our home like some folks. We have increasing chances of fairly heavy showers today and on and off thru the weekend. I’m finally seeing a light at the end of all this and if we can make it until Monday or certainly by Tuesday we may see this crud move on. But, we have to deal with a possible round of Severe Weather this weekend as a Strong Cold Front come in and moves this stuff off to the East. I’m sorry this past two weeks is sounding like a broken record and personally I’m ready for a change. Today is the first full day of Autumn and we’re ready for some Fresh Weather. This past Summer was just the strangest Summer Season I can recall. Now for the facts.

Reporting .34″ of Rain this morning. 9th Straight Day of Rain and only that because we only had a trace one day. We’ve been damp for 2 weeks.
Temperature is 68 degrees at 7 AM. Look for a 80 High and 66 Low. Same as yesterday.

Barometer is 30.15″ this morning. It’s up and down but will be trending down a shade more today.

Humidity is 100%. And has been holding there for days.

Wind is SE at 2mph this morning. Looking for a Shift West to North in a couple of days that will indicate a Change coming. We will likely see some Storms associated with that Shift.

Sky is and will continue to be Cloudy

The Summary, Today: Showers and thunderstorms likely. Cloudy, with a high near 80. South southeast wind around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%. Tonight: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 66. Calm wind. Thursday: Showers and thunderstorms likely. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 84. Calm wind becoming west northwest around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. The end is not in sight but at least there is a rumor this wet weather will end in 5 days or so. This is one for the record books. Have your NOAA Weather Radio’s on. There is a test today and maybe the real deal this weekend. LOL


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