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Meteorologist Mark’s Wx for Friday, Oct. 30

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Friday Funny


Frost tonight

Hard freeze coming Sunday and Monday nights

Drier and cooler weather here to stay awhile

Meteorologist Mark’s Vlog in a Flash

48-Hour WX

Seven-Day Forecast

Daily Forecast Summary

Today: Gradual clearing. Cooler. Frost overnight.

Saturday: Morning frost. Otherwise, mostly sunny.

Sunday: Partly cloudy and breezy. Turning cooler in the evening. Freezing conditions overnight.

Monday: Chilly. Morning frost and more to come overnight.

Tuesday – Thursday: Mostly sunny and cool. Gradually warming each day.

Meteorologist Mark’s Severe Wx Concern


The only threats facing our area will be in the form of frost and freeze conditions. Frost is expected tonight, while our first hard freeze is expected both Sunday and Monday nights.

On This Day in Wx History

1925- Nashville records earliest measurable snowfall, with 1″ of snow being measured.


Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes

High: 93° at Chino, California & at Palm Beach and Salt Springs, Florida.  

Low: at Saratoga, Wyoming

Tropical Outlook

It now looks like we will have Tropical Storm Eta by the end of the weekend. That storm will make the 2020 season the most active on record. Thankfully, that system should steer clear of the US. Unfortunately, on its current track it will be going into some impoverished areas of Central America.

Today’s National Wx Hazards

Other than a few snowflakes in the Northwest, and some snow in the Northeast, things are pretty quiet for a change!

Tomorrow’s National Wx Hazards

Other than some snowflakes around the Great Lakes, it’s a quiet Saturday.

 8 – 14 Day Outlook

As the first week of November transitions into the second week of the month, cooler and wetter weather appears to be moving in from the north. New England could see record warmth ahead of this cooler air. Our region continues to look very warm and dry in this period.



Weather Shots

Once again, the National Hurricane Center proves how incredible they are at predicting a hurricane’s path. This is quite remarkable. We still need to work on intensity, but that’ll come in time.

NASA Nerdology 

During this week in 1991, we got our first ever up-close look at an asteroid! The Galileo spacecraft flew by Gaspra, an asteroid roughly 10 miles long, taking this series of images on its approach.

You all have a great day!

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