Meteorologist Mark’s Wx for Election Day

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Headlines 

A beautiful Election Day

A peaceful weather week & weekend for the plateau

Watching the tropics

Meteorologist Mark’s Vlog in a Flash

48-Hour WX

Seven-Day Forecast

Daily Forecast Summary

Election Day: Mostly sunny and beautiful.

Wednesday – Friday: Mostly sunny and pleasant.

Saturday – Monday: Partly cloudy and warm.

Meteorologist Mark’s Severe Wx Concern

Threats

Hazardous weather is not expected through the weekend.

On This Day in Wx History

1966- Cookeville measures 15.2″ of snowfall — its greatest one-day snowfall ever — as well as Woodbury, with 13″, and Livingston, with 10½”. Crossville recorded 7″ and Jamestown recorded 11″ of snow.

Almanac

Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes

High: 98° at Bard, California 

Low: at Mount Washington, New Hampshire

Tropical Outlook

Hurricane Eta is a powerful cat 4 hurricane this morning, poised to move into Central America today. The storm will be catastrophic to those folks and there’s just no way of telling how many folks will lose their lives in this storm. Please keep them close to your hearts today.

Today’s National Wx Hazards

A few snowflakes are flying in the Northeast, but the overall pattern is very nice looking!

Tomorrow’s National Wx Hazards

Another quiet day!

 8 – 14 Day Outlook (Nov. 10 – 16)

The second week of November is trending a bit wetter for many folks in the country, but warm air still dominates the eastern US, while cold air dominates the western US. That cold air will shift eastward with time.

Temperature

Precipitation 

Weather Shots

Satellite confirms that it’s a beautiful day for an election! You just can’t get better national weather than this!

NASA Nerdology 

This was the first crew of the International Space Station. The crew members aboard Expedition 1 arrived at their new home in space on November 2, 2000. Their 136 days on the @Space_Station represented the first long duration stay and the beginning of humanity’s permanent presence in space!

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