Meteorologist Robert Frye: Winter Weather Outlook for Friday, Jan. 25th, 2013

Forecast guidance has been very consistent with the threat for freezing rain Friday. What has not been as consistent is how much icing will occur. Confidence is high that we will see ... Continue Reading →

Meteorologist Robert Frye: Snow Potential for Marion County

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 ... Continue Reading →

Robert Frye’s Latest Forecast for Marion County

I’m feeling a bit more confident in the overall general forecast today. NAM and GFS both indicate a rain event for Tuesday and most of Tuesday evening. Boundary layer temps are simply ... Continue Reading →

Meteorologist Robert Frye: More wintry weather possible for Marion County

An area of low pressure will move across the southern states Thursday. Initially, temp profile looks warm enough to produce liquid precip. However, as temps quickly fall behind a trailing ... Continue Reading →

Sequatchie Valley Gets a rare treat…a White Christmas

It’s definitely a rare occasion…something we usually only dream of or think of when we hear that classic song from Bing Crosby.  Marion County and the Sequatchie Valley ... Continue Reading →

UPDATED: Dreaming of a White Christmas? It’s still a possibility!

UPDATED 1:21am CST 12/25/10 Despite a few (Major) issues with models on Friday… things are back on track. First and foremost… Marion County will experience its first measureable ... Continue Reading →

Could we see a White Christmas in the Sequatchie Valley?

It’s not something we see very often in the Sequatchie Valley.  Matter of fact it’s something only a portion of the country sees each year.  Snow on Christmas Day.  I ... Continue Reading →