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Rain develops by Sunday afternoon
Rain & snow Sunday night
Rain changes to all snow on Monday
Accumulations of snow likely by Monday night
Meteorologist Mark’s Vlog in a Flash
Daily Forecast Summary
Today: Partly cloudy and mild.
Sunday: Rain develops in the afternoon. Turning colder overnight, with rain mixing with snow.
Monday: A wintry mix changing to snow. Snow continues overnight with around one inch of accumulation possible.
Tuesday: Morning light snow/flurries. Becoming partly cloudy by afternoon.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and cold.
Thursday – Friday: Mostly cloudy, with a slight chance of rain and/or snow.
Meteorologist Mark’s Severe Wx Concern
Accumulating snowfall is looking likely for Monday night across the plateau. At this time, accumulations of around one inch seem reasonable. If moisture moves out a little quicker, we’ll see closer to one-half inch. If moisture lingers longer, we could see up to a couple of inches. Again, snowfall of around one inch seems like the most reasonable expectation at this time. I’ll keep you posted
On This Day in Wx History
1988 – Thunderstorms spawned five tornadoes in North Carolina during the early morning hours. A powerful tornado ripped through one of the most densely populated areas of Raleigh, destroying hundreds of homes and damaging thousands more. The tornado killed four persons along its 83-mile track, and injured 154 others. Total damage was estimated at more than 77 million dollars.
Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes
High: 92° at Falcon Lake, Texas
Low: -18° at Peter Sinks, Utah
The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor two areas in the Atlantic for possible tropical development. The good news is that both areas only have a slight chance for development, and both areas will stay away from the US.
Today’s National Wx Hazards
Severe thunderstorms will threaten the coastlines of Texas and Louisiana, while snowflakes accumulate farther north across eastern New Mexico. Snow flakes will also be flying across portions of the northern Rockies, as well as across parts of New England.
Tomorrow’s National Wx Hazards
A rain and snow mix will be found across the Ohio and Tennessee valleys by Sunday night.
@Jayden_wx snapped this pic last night in the skies over Lindsey, Oklahoma. The approach of the next storm system made for some cool-looking clouds in the light of the nearly Full moon.
A astronauts on the International Space Station report that they had a wonderful Thanksgiving in space! They tweeted, “Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Great friends, tasty food, and yummy desserts in space. It was a very good day.”