Sunday, October 30, 2005

October was very dry - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
In the Public Information Statement, the NWS in Memphis reported that Jonesboro, Jackson, and Tupelo could be in the running for the top 5 driest Octobers if no rain occurs between today and tomorrow.

Here is the data.

1. 0.00" (1963)
2. 0.02" (2005)*
3. 0.33" (1943)
4. 0.34" (1944)
5. 0.36" (1989)

Jackson, TN
1. trace (1963)
2. 0.05" (2005)*
3. 0.57" (1971)
4. 0.63" (1962)
5. 0.85" (1964)

1. trace (2005)*
2. 0.03" (1963)
3. 0.11" (1924)
4. 0.23" (1921)
5. 0.31" (1909)

*Data as of 10/27/05

By the way, Memphis has 0.79" of rain in October.

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Frost advisory extended - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
The Frost Advisory issued by the NWS has been extended. The vaild time is from midnight Wednesday to 9 AM Thursday. Temps will fall into the lower and middle 30s and some areas could see temps in the upper 20s. Protect your plants!

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Frost Advisory for tonight - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
The NWS in Memphis has issued a Frost Advisory for tonight. It says that temperatures will likely drop into the mid 30s tonight, resulting in frost formation over much of the area. Those with agricultural interests should take precautions. It goes on to say that a Freeze Warning may be needed.

So, a Frost Advisory is in effect tonight until 9 AM Wednesday morning.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Amber Alert for 7-year-old boy-cancelled - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
TBI has issued an Amber Alert for a 7-year-old boy named Taylor Ray Woods from Lavergne, TN. He is 3 1/2 feet-4 feet tall, 80 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. He was wearing a blue/white jogging suit with Nike shoes. He was last seen in the Clayton Estate Trailer Park in Lavergne, where he was waiting for a church bus to pick him up. He has not been seen since. If you have any info, call TBI at (615) 793-7744 or 1-800-TBI-FIND.

UPDATE: The boy has been found. He was located safely by the Lavergne, TN Police Dept.
Picture of Taylor Woods
For more info, click here.

Live feeds for Wilma-updated - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
For those with a high-speed connection, there are several live video feeds from the impacted area available on the internet. These may go down at anytime.

CBS4 Miami (WFOR): Live feed
Newschannel 5 (NBC-West Palm Beach):Live feed (only certain hours)
WPBF News 25 (ABC-West Palm Beach): Live feed
NBC-2 (SW Florida): Live feed (beginning at 9 PM CDT tonight)
NBC6 (Miami): Live feed
Local 10 (WPLG; ABC-Miami): Live feed

This list will probably be edited, so watch for more updates. If you know of any others, please post a comment, and I will add them to the list.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Parts of Arkansas under slight risk today - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
Most of northeastern Arkansas is under a slight risk for severe weather today. In the Hazardous Weather Outlook issued by WFO Memphis, the greatest threat is from 2 PM-10 PM with damaging winds and hail as the greatest danger. Storm spotter activation may be needed tonight.

Records set yesterday - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
Several record high temperatures were set yesterday. In Memphis, the high yesterday was 89, breaking the record high of 88 set in 1953. In Tupelo, MS, the high was 90, breaking the record of 88 set in 1938. Also in Jonesboro, MS, the high was 91, shattering the record of 89 set in 1963. Lastly, in Jackson, TN, breaking the record of 88 set in 1953.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

WFO Memphis to add Mesonet - WU

**This post was archived from the MemphisWx WunderBlog.**
In its Winter issue of The Mid-South Chronicle, the NWS in Memphis says that, in the coming year, they will establish a Mesonet, which is a group of personal weather stations, such as the large one on Weather Underground. There are many reasons for this, including better forecasting of severe weather and winter weather, terrorism concerns (such as chemicals blowing around) and farming.

To see The Mid-South Chronicle for yourself, click here.

Blog moving - MWN

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