Sunday, June 24, 2007

Finally, a storm today!






A very strong thunderstorm rolled across Heritage Park in Cullman during my baseball team's party. We had lots of cloud to ground lightning, torrential downpours, and high winds. I saw large limbs blown down around the area on my way home. It was like God turned on the AC as it got real cool during the storm, under the pavilion. But as soon as the storm left and the wind changed directions, it almost instantaneously got hot, sunny, and muggy again. Then another weaker storm rolled through the area around 5:00. Thank God for the rain!

 TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE FOR THE TN VALLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
714 PM CDT SUN JUN 24 2007

: HIGH AND LOW SINCE MIDNIGHT LST. PRECIP LAST 24 HOURS.
:
.B HUN 0624 C DH18/TAIRZS/TAIRZI/PP
:
: STATION ID HI LO PCPN
:
:ALBERTVILLE AIRPORT :8A0 96 / 68 / 0.14
:BANKHEAD NATL FOREST :BHFA1 91 / 67 / 0.12
:CROSSVILLE REF STN :SMCA1 91 / 64 / 0.02
:DECATUR AIRPORT :DCU 96 / 68 / T
:DE SOTO STATE PARK :LRWA1 97 / 59 / 0.00
:FORT PAYNE AIRPORT :4A9 94 / 63 / 0.03
:HUNTSVILLE AIRPORT :HSV 98 / 70 / T
:HUNTSVILLE - UAH :UAHA1 97 / 73 / 0.00
:MERIDIANVILLE AIRPORT :MDQ 96 / 68 / 0.00
:MUSCLE SHOALS AIRPORT :MSL 94 / 68 / 0.00
:VINEMONT-CULLMAN ARPT :3A1 96 / 66 / 0.65

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