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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
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    Knoxville

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  1. Holston_River_Rambler

    Spring-Summer Observations 2019

    Really nice storm this PM her in Knoxville. Temp dropped from 95 to around 70 in half an hour! Even got a severe warning on it. I was on 75N when it pulsed up and the interstate turned into a river for a bit.
  2. Holston_River_Rambler

    Spring/Summer Banter Thread 2019

    I'm having some of the loading issues people are talking about on the main forum.
  3. Holston_River_Rambler

    Spring-Summer Observations 2019

    @Carvers Gap was just up your way a couple of days ago. Hate that I missed that. MRX radar has been down too, which has put a cap on my usual radar watching. Been trying to buy a house this month and got summoned for jury duty for a horrible trial in Knox. Fortunately dismissed from the jury, but been a crazy month + for me. Soooooooo happy that the front made its way through E TN though. Still hot, but the dew points are primo today!
  4. Holston_River_Rambler

    Tn Valley Severe Weather 2018-19

    That cell definitely looks stout on satellite: The setup is interesting to me since there seem to be 2 lines of more intense convection with one? MCS (colder cloud tops and radar are how I'm distinguishing that) that seem to merge over the OH river on the KY and IL border. I've seen this before with two distinct bows and a gap in the middle and always wondered what the cause for that was.
  5. Holston_River_Rambler

    Tn Valley Severe Weather 2018-19

    This sucker is hauling it. 1 - 2 hours ahead of HRRR. Always liked MCSs as long as they don't have a ton of wind. As MRX mentioned, HRRR has been more consistent with at least timing, while other models like NAM and RGEM have already lost it entirely. HRRR gives the northern limb a boost as it swings through KY and TN, will be interesting to see if, regardless of timing, this predicted aspect of it develops. Radar looks auspicious for that, as of now.
  6. Holston_River_Rambler

    Tn Valley Severe Weather 2018-19

  7. Holston_River_Rambler

    Tn Valley Severe Weather 2018-19

    Satellite loop of today's storms:
  8. Holston_River_Rambler

    Tn Valley Severe Weather 2018-19

    This was all that was left of the rotation over Clinton in the radar loop above, when it moved over Knoxville, just north of my area (in a one minute time lapse): Radar loop at the same time:
  9. Holston_River_Rambler

    Tn Valley Severe Weather 2018-19

    The cell in Knox now has a warning too. Decent hook on radar and each of the three cells behind the Knox county one look like they may have a little hook on radar too:
  10. Holston_River_Rambler

    Tn Valley Severe Weather 2018-19

    Tornado warning in Hancock County and a couplet just north of Knoxville:
  11. Holston_River_Rambler

    Spring-Summer Observations 2019

    Not sure what is going on, but there is a cell that has just been dumping over Bledsoe county for a while: If radar estimates are correct that's 7 inches in around 3.5 hours.
  12. Holston_River_Rambler

    Spring/Summer Banter Thread 2019

    We have a funeral compilation video: Probably one of many, lol
  13. Holston_River_Rambler

    Spring/Summer Banter Thread 2019

    https://www.noaa.gov/media-release/noaa-upgrades-us-global-weather-forecast-model?fbclid=IwAR2v_b5IdcdmBhx8MfnlOtMLFeOLvtUc47yV7lcg2ujewIhk_xi1JHqc49c FV3 is live.
  14. Holston_River_Rambler

    Spring-Summer Observations 2019

    Saw some crazy pictures out of LaFollette from yesterday. Downloaded radar loop .gif of the event. It goes a little beyond the storm, but interesting to see that a little meso vortex? or something swirly develops over Campbell county and moves N afterwards.
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