>> Saturday, September 16, 2006

Another great start to the day out there with upper 50s in many spots. Many mountain locations again dipped into the 40s this morning.

Highs today will be in the lower 80s with highs tomorrow in the mid 80s. Humidity values remain pleasant.

Our next cold front is raising a ruckus today. Check this out...

Severe weather looking likely there in the Plains, especially parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, and Minnesota.

That cold front will steadily progress our way and move through here early Tuesday. I still think we will see a good deal of showers and storms from later Monday night into Tuesday, and some of those storms could wind up being strong to severe. We will watch it...

Nice airmass Wednesday through Saturday next week with lows of sun, highs mainly in the 70s, lows mainly in the 50s, and very nice levels of humidity. I still think a few spots around the viewing area could see their first upper 40s for lows later next week.

Gordon is stationary and weakening in the central Atlantic. Helene is about to become a hurricane, and the road looks paved to major hurricane intensity. Fortunately, it appears likely the system will re-curve in the Atlantic and not affect the US.

Great football today. Especially looking forward to watching Auburn-LSU, Tennessee-Florida, Nebraska-USC, and Notre Dame-Michigan.....great stuff. And, my Mississippi State Bulldogs host Tulane this evening...will be listening to radio coverage over the internet to that one...

Have a great Saturday. Enjoy that great weather!


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