Saturday, August 25, 2012
We have another shift to the west in the 0Z track guidance. My south MS friends should be aware. We are not out of the woods. This is subject to change(most likely will), but something to consider and watch closely. We should always be prepared.
Isaac did not lose much intensity as it passed over Haiti last night(only 10 mph). It is now currently around 60mph. This current track has Isaac flirting with the top of Cuba, which means more chances for strengthening . The NHC does expect Isaac to become a hurricane in about 36 hours. The conditions for strengthening are favorable as it makes its way into the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. As of right now, the current track has Isaac making landfall as a Cat1(keep in mind there is the possibility of it being stronger) between Pensacola and Panama City early Wednesday morning. This track is still subject to change and should be watched closely. Always be prepared.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Hey Starkville! We are looking at a rainy start to our work week! Showers are likely tomorrow and into tomorrow night with a few possible thunderstorms. Tuesday, we also have a chance of showers and thunderstorms, but should clear out by nightfall. Make sure to keep an eye on the weather! Wednesday and Thursday, we are looking at beautiful, sunny days! We are going to stay in the upper 70s this week and drop to the lower 50s at night. Have a great week and stay safe!
Monday, April 9, 2012
Well, Starkville I do not think it could get any prettier outside! There is not a cloud in the sky! We are looking at a gorgeous week ahead! We will have Spring-like temperatures throughout the week with sunny skies! We will stay in the 70s during the day and have cool temps at night in the low 50s. Enjoy this beautiful day and have a wonderful week!!
Sunday, April 1, 2012
We are going to start the work week off with sunny skies and a high in the upper 80s with lows in the 60s. The sunshine will not stick around for long though. Tuesday, we are expecting a chance of isolated thunderstorms with a high in the lower 80s and a low in the 60s. By Wednesday the chance of thunderstorms will increase with the potential for severe thunderstorms with temps only reaching around 80. We will have to keep a close eye on Wednesday. Everyone have a great week and stay safe!
Saturday, March 24, 2012
“The final measurement of the hailstone was 4 1/4 inches long, 2 1/4 inches tall, and 2 inches wide,” said Michael Cantin, warning coordination meteorologist at NOAA’s National Weather Service in Honolulu, which, along with NOAA's State Climate Extremes Committee, confirmed the new state record. “According to hail report records for Hawaii kept back to 1950 the previous state record hailstone was 1 inch in diameter.”