This profile was last updated on . .
Is this you? Claim your profile.
Member of the News Team
KTAL Chief Meteorologist
American Meteorological Society
University of Missouri
About an inch and a half of rain fell in downtown Marshall Friday, and another half-inch was still possible overnight, Warren said.
"Average temperature through Sunday has been 86.1 (while the) record is 85.8 set back in 1881," said Warren.
"We will probably end up below the record as I expect cooler temperatures for the next week.
Pretty good bet that this June will be in the top five hottest."
According to Warren, one of the reasons for the high temperatures this year is the drought.
"Since the soil is so dry, more of the sun's energy is going to heating the air instead of evaporating soil moisture,"
AMS - Chapter Search, 2001
International Institute of Reflexology
Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.
The Quarry Lane School