RobertFrye

Author's details

Name: Robert Frye
Date registered: December 1, 2011
URL: http://www.marioncountymessenger.com

Biography

Meteorologist Robert Frye is a Jasper, TN native and Marion County High School graduate. Robert holds a degree in Meteorology from the University of South Alabama in Mobile and is currently a graduate student in Applied Meteorology at Mississippi State University. Frye works for a NOAA contractor as an ice/snow analyst in Washington, D.C., and is Chief Staff Meteorologist for MarionCountyMessenger.com — the only daily local news and information website in the the Tri-State area to employee an actual qualified meteorologist for exclusive weather forecasting and analysis.

Latest posts

  1. Meteorologist Robert Frye: Latest Forecast and Severe Weather Synopsis — January 29, 2013
  2. Meteorologist Robert Frye: Why Marion County has severe weather in winter months — January 28, 2013
  3. Meteorologist Robert Frye: Snow Potential for Marion County — January 16, 2013
  4. Rain through midweek; Colder weather for weekend — December 6, 2011

Author's posts listings

Jan 29 2013

Meteorologist Robert Frye: Latest Forecast and Severe Weather Synopsis

A cold front is currently stretched from the Great Lakes region down to Arkansas. Along and ahead of the cold front, a squall line has developed in MO and AR already and broken lines of storms has been observed on radar further south. I expect this to form one solid line before much longer as …

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Jan 28 2013

Meteorologist Robert Frye: Why Marion County has severe weather in winter months

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With the threat for Severe Weather coming in around midweek, most are probably wondering why we are getting bad weather during the winter months. A common misconception many have here in the Sequatchie Valley is that severe weather occurs primarily during the warmer spring months; however, history indicates tornadoes can occur throughout the year and …

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Jan 16 2013

Meteorologist Robert Frye: Snow Potential for Marion County

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JASPER, Tenn. — We have a very challenging forecast ahead for the Sequatchie Valley. Looking at the latest forecast guidance, not much has really changed in the overall thinking concerning our snow potential for Thursday. A low pressure system will develop later tonight or early Thursday along the same frontal boundary that has brought flooding …

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Dec 06 2011

Rain through midweek; Colder weather for weekend

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Off and on showers will impact the Sequatchie Valley throughout the day on Tuesday and into Wednesday.  Some showers may be moderate to heavy at times, with total rainfall amounts through Wednesday around 1.5 – 2 inches.  No significant flooding is expected with the rain. With colder air present by midweek, the rain may mix with snow …

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