A beautiful Saturday
Rain returns by Sunday afternoon/Heavy rain poss by Monday
First thunder of the season coming
Meteorologist Mark’s Wx Vlog
Daily Forecast Summary
Today: Mainly morning showers, otherwise mostly cloudy.
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Hopefully clouds will decrease enough for some sunshine by afternoon.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and pleasant!
Sunday: Rain showers develop by afternoon. Rain becomes likely and widespread overnight.
Monday: Rain and thunderstorms.
Tuesday: Generally mostly cloudy skies, with a chance for showers.
Meteorologist Mark’s Wx Concerns
Meteorologist Mark’s Wx Discussion
A very active pattern continues for our area, but it does not look to bring either significant wintry weather or severe thunderstorms to our area. It had looked like we might have a shot at severe storms on Monday, but I think it’s just going to be a good old fashioned winter rain event. Some of that rain could be quite heavy. I wouldn’t be surprised to see 2-3 inch rain amount across the plateau from that system. If that rain moves in early enough on Sunday it could be a wintry mix, but my confidence is so low in that happening that it’s hardly worth mentioning.
We could use some rain, as we are now more than two inches below normal for the month of January.
There are some indications that the precip we see next Wednesday could be on the more wintry side. It’s a Gulf Low situation, so it’s worth keeping an eye on. Of course, that is nearly a week away and many things could, and likely will, change with that. I’ll keep you posted.
On This Day in Wx History
1985- The temperature at Nashville drops to -17, setting an all-time record low. Other record lows include Allardt (-27), Carthage (-17), Celina (-20), Centerville (-26), Columbia (-20), Cookeville (-22), Crossville (-21), Crossville (Experiment Station) (-25), Dickson (-23), Franklin (-21), Lebanon (3 W) (-20), Lewisburg (-20), Livingston (-25), Monteagle (-20), Mount Pleasant (-17), Neapolis (-23), Shelbyville (-20), Smithville (-24), and Woodbury (-28).
Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes
High: 79° at Laguna Beach & Redondo Beach, California
Low: -21° at Peter Sinks, Utah
Today’s National Wx Hazards
Snow flakes are flying across the Northeast and the Great Lakes Region. More snow can be found from Colorado and Nebraska, stretching northwestward to Idaho and Montana.
Tomorrow’s National Wx Hazards
Accumulating snowfall can be found across the Northeast once again, while snow flakes fly across the western US.
Joe Biden may be our new president, but I’m pretty sure this Cardinal rules the world (at least in his mind! ha). That beautiful blue sky yesterday sure did provide a beautiful backdrop for some nice pictures!
“Behold, doth I see two new moons?” – Voyager 2
In January 1986, Uranus moons, Cordelia and Ophelia, were discovered through images taken by Voyager 2. Uranus has 27 known moons, 25 of which are named for Shakespeare characters. How cool is that?