Hermine moving northeast! We stay dry and mild this weekend, but how long does the dry weather last?

Good afternoon! Hurricane moved inland at 1:30 this morning just east of St. Marks, Florida with top winds of 80 mph. The pressure at landfall was 982 MB or 29.00″. Here is a radar image from Radar Scope I took as the hurricane was moving inland. Here is where the Tropical Storm is currently located. Images:  Interactive Weather Satellite. Notice that Hermine is bringing cloud cover to our region this afternoon, Here is where Hermine is currently located.  Maps NHC.   11AM Location: 39.1°N 32.0°W Moving: ENE at 18 mph Min pressure: 990 mb Max sustained: 70 mph We will…

Beautiful “Fall-Like” weather tonight and Tuesday – heat and humidity will return late this week!

Monday, August 22, 2016 – What a beautiful we had.  Sunshine and comfortable temperatures prevailed today with an afternoon high at the Tri-…

44 Days of 90 degree heat or higher. Is this the end of the 90 degree days for a while?

Good Afternoon. Today was day number 44 for 90 degree or high temperatures this year! Here is a look at the Almanac for today at the Tri-Cit…

Storms produce damage today! 43 Days of 90 degree heat or better! What is the Record Number of 90 Degree Days for the Tri-Cites?

Good Afternoon! Finally – Storms have hit our area with welcome rain!  Unfortunately we had reports of wind damage across parts of Hawkins, …

Weather Folklore – Do August fogs predict the Winter Snows? Let’s take a look at what last August fogs predicted!

Good evening everyone! Many of you will remember me asking you last year to record your August fogs.  The reason – Weather Folklore!  Folklo…

Dry conditions continue across parts of the area and the southeast! Watching the Tropical Atlantic.

Good Afternoon.  Temperatures have been a bit cooler today thanks to the clouds and scattered showers.  The high so far at the Tri-Cities Re…