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Meteorologist Mark’s Wx Blog for Wed., Dec. 2


Warmer temps today

Rain returns Thursday night & Friday

A rain/snow mix possible Friday night/Saturday morning (no accumulation)

Turning cold again next week

48-Hour WX

Seven-Day Forecast

Daily Forecast Summary

Today: Mostly sunny and cold.

Thursday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Warmer. Showers develop overnight.

Friday: Showers likely. Showers may mix with snow late into the night. No accumulation expected.

Saturday: A morning rain/snow mix is possible, followed by mostly cloudy skies.

Sunday – Tuesday: Partly cloudy and cold.


The latest data indicates that any wintry mix we may receive Friday night/Saturday morning will fall into surface temperatures that are just above freezing. That would prevent any accumulations. I’ll keep a close watch on that situation.

On This Day in Wx History

1991- Nashville measures 3.07″ of rainfall, for a 3-day total of 5.96″. Crossville receives 3.57″, for a remarkable 3-day total of 8.16″.


Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes

High: 86° at Pala, California 

Low: -7° at Crested Butte, Colorado

Today’s National Wx Hazards

Mixed wintry precip can be found across portions of the Northeast and southern plains. Accumulating snow will fall across northern Maine, as well as across western Oklahoma. More snow can be found from northern New Mexico to Nebraska.

Tomorrow’s National Wx Hazards

Mixed wintry precip can be found from Oklahoma to Missouri, as well as across portions of northern and western Kentucky. Some of that snow may accumulate in southern Ohio and across portions of the Great Lakes region.

 Weather Shots

These are two “frostmen” from southern Florida this morning! (Ha!) Early morning frost could be found all the way down to southern Florida this morning. South Florida resident Kimberly McCurdy shared this pic with her local news station. The Chief Meteorologist commented, “This is the best we can get down here, folks!”

NASA Nerdology 

This month in 1964, the Houston Colt .45s became the Astros! The name change celebrated the new Space Center in Houston, and the city’s role in building the Space Age.

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