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  1. 1.26 inches overnight and today. 9.82 for the month. So barely going to miss another double digit month. 29.36 inches for 2020 to date.
  2. 1.19 inches from the last system. So under guidance here for a change. 8.30 for the month.
  3. .96 in the rain bucket yesterday. 7.11 for the month. Another wet one incoming today into Wednesday. The Euro/NAM/RGEM/GFS show pretty wide spread general 1.5-3 inches with any area that gets under a strong storm liable to see more. Even on the low end that would stick me with a 5 day total just over 5 inches of rain. High end and I have another double digit rainfall month in the books with nearly a week left.
  4. 2.6 inches of rain Friday into Saturday. Looks like a wet week coming up too.
  5. Raw day today. Only managed 42 degrees. Saw an MRX graphic that most areas were 7-13 degrees warmer than here. My area into Wise VA were cold. Was foggy/misty here. Maybe the clouds were thinner in other areas.
  6. Apparently the viruses have a hard time in humidity, so maybe the rain will actually slow it some.
  7. Widespread damage reports from McCreary County 911. Roads blocked, trees and powerlines down. No reports of destroyed homes so far, thankfully.
  8. Big time hook echo about 15 or 20 miles north of me in Southern Kentucky in that warned storm. Hope our SE Kentucky folks are okay.
  9. A friend of mine found a photo in her backyard here in Campbell County. It's one of people whose home was hit in Cookeville. It's probably 90 or more miles away. Wild.
  10. Its generally for above 3500 feet. So most of us won't likely see more than a few flakes.
  11. 40 years ago yesterday and today we had 6 inches of snow and the coldest March day on record. High of 20 with a low of -11. Oneida and Tazewell were virtually the same. Widespread 2-4 inches of snow along 40 across the state but the Northern Plateau was particularly cold, even compared to Crossville who was -2. Notable snow/lows. Gatlinburg 6 inches, -6 Tri 4 inches, -2 Newport 2 inches, -4 Knoxville 4 inches, 1 Lenoir City 4 inches, 1 Greenville 3 inches, -6 Wise 5 inches, -5 Tazewell 6 inches, -10 Lafollette 6 inches, -10 Oneida 6 inches, -11 Crossville 3 inches, -2 Cookeville 4 inches. -1 Nashville 3 inches, 1. Murfreesboro 2.5 inches, 1 Jamestown 5.5 inches, -10 Clarksville 3 inches, 0 Memphis 1 inch, 17 Jackson 2.5 inches, 9 Paris 3 inches, 3 London, Ky 6 inches, -12 Williamsburg, Ky 6 inches, -8 Middlesboro, Ky 5.5 inches, -9 Abingdon, Va 5 inches, -6
  12. With the rain yesterday and storms overnight into this morning, had just over 3 inches of rainfall in the last 30 hours. So off to a fast start for March. 22.67 inches for 2020.
  13. My friend from Mt Juliet got hit, but fortunately she's physically okay. She's not been able to contact all of her employees yet to check on them though.
  14. Looks like Powell is in this one. BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Tornado Warning National Weather Service Morristown TN 435 AM EST Tue Mar 3 2020 The National Weather Service in Morristown has issued a * Tornado Warning for... Northeastern Knox County in east Tennessee... * Until 500 AM EST. * At 435 AM EST, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Knoxville, moving east at 60 mph. HAZARD...Tornado and quarter size hail. SOURCE...Radar indicated rotation. IMPACT...Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur. Tree damage is likely. * This tornadic thunderstorm will remain over mainly rural areas of northeastern Knox County, including the following locations... Maloneyville, House Mountain State Park, Mascot, Powell, Halls and Kimberlin Heights. This includes the following highways... Interstate 40 in Tennessee between mile markers 388 and 405. Interstate 75 in Tennessee between mile markers 108 and 117. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... TAKE COVER NOW! Move to a basement or an interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy building. Avoid windows. If you are outdoors, in a mobile home, or in a vehicle, move to the closest substantial shelter and protect yourself from flying debris. Tornadoes are extremely difficult to see and confirm at night. Do not wait to see or hear the tornado. TAKE COVER NOW!