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we've had 12 days of below average temps in a row, and average is only 67! I had to wear gloves while cutting my grass yesterday at 51 degrees.

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We have had a cool winter. Not any extreme cold... just a lot of sub-par days.  Our average temp is  90` now. It was 70 yesterday.

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Yesterday on Mother's day it rained for 14 or more hours straight. I do not think we got above 50 yesterday. Looks like a pretty wet week ahead. The pros at the PGA at the Bethpage Black course have a long wet slog ahead of them, 7500 yards with no roll, have fun guys.

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  • Looks like late snow and cold weather is heading to California and the midwest, mid May seems late to me were getting close to 90 here.

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Apparently it's a nasty night in the TX, AR and crossing the MS area.

Take cover and be safe folks.

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CHANCE FOR SOME SEVERE WEATHER SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. 

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A low pressure system looks to bring rain showers and thunderstorms to our region Sunday.

Posted: May. 18, 2019 6:08 PM
 
 

A low pressure system off to our west is expected to bring some much warmer air into the region tomorrow and with it comes the unstable condtions needed for scattered thunderstorms to develop. Some of these storms could become severe. Right now The Storm Prediction Center has the majoirty of our viewing area under slight risk (See classification chart). 

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The primary concern is wind gusts. If severe storms develop we can see wind gust between 60-70mph. That is strong enough to see some structural damage, downed trees, and power outages.

Cloud to ground lightning is anticipated in Sunday's storms so if you hear thunder make sure you head indoors. Large hail can also occur in these storms. The possibility for an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out at this time.

Locally heavy rainfall may occur and, since soils are already wet from plenty of rain this spring, with possible to see flooding for small streams, urban/poor drainage areas, and roadways. Isolated flash flooding cannot be ruled out.

As of right now the greatest risk for severe weather looks to be between 1PM to 10PM on Sunday. However, there is an additional chance for some more severe weather Sunday night. Make sure you stay updated on the forecast throughout the day, especially if you have outdoor plans.

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2 minutes ago, Ceptorman said:

@dirtmudd that storm looks like it might ruin second day qualifications at Indy today.

it's going to pass by you.. before me..

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wait until this next one gets to yas...

Monday, it is sposed to barely make 70` and a chance of wet... slight but a chance

 I could say our weather is crappy, but, it is OK. Cool/ish

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If it rains out Indy qualifying today then the Pole and front row is set. But the final row will qualify on Monday with 6 cars going for the final 3 positions.

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3 hours ago, Davis said:

If it rains out Indy qualifying today then the Pole and front row is set. But the final row will qualify on Monday with 6 cars going for the final 3 positions.

Alonso was way behind 4 others in practice this morning, doesn't look good for him. There's a lot of talk about McLaren buying him a spot, or at least applying their sponsor dollars towards another car.

 

Davis.....you out there today? Go to Meccum? I WAY underestimated the seriousness of my shoulder operation. They did 4 separate surgeries in 1 operation. Still can't lift my arm, been 5 weeks.

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It's been raining the past two days straight.  Highs of 45 degrees.  So much for my fishing plans this weekend.  😕

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The rain has passed and it's 71 now, no rain and 90 for the week, upper 60's at night.

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6 hours ago, dtel said:

The rain has passed and it's 71 now, no rain and 90 for the week, upper 60's at night.

 

Weather is here, ....

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Like that Jimmy Buffet song........"The weather is here wish you were beautiful"

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When I get my frills gonna leave these Tennessee hills...

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Supposed to hit the 90s this week in southern Louisiana. And humid. Ya know its bound to happen but.........bring back those crisp 50F early mornings. Not until Oct/Nov going forward.

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