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Meteorologist Mark’s Fri Wx blog for Apr 2

Friday Funny


Freeze warning again tonight

Spring returns this weekend!

Dry and warmer through the first of next week

Meteorologist Mark’s Wx Vlog 

48-Hour WX

48-Hour Precip Forecast

Five-Day Forecast

Daily Forecast Summary

Today: Mostly sunny and chilly.

Tonight: Mostly clear. A freeze warning is in effect for subfreezing temperatures.

Saturday – Monday: Mostly sunny. Gradually getting warmer each day.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and warm.

Meteorologist Mark’s 5-Day Wx Concerns

Meteorologist Mark’s Wx Discussion

All is quiet with the weather…..for now. We all know that will change, but one has to look well into next week before anything raises any eyebrows.

Wait, did I say my eyebrows were rising again? (ha)

It’s way off in forecast “voo-doo” territory, but the end of next week could become active for us, once again. Certain elements of the extended guidance suggests the South may be in for some decent rainfall and spring thunderstorms by Thursday. There’s plenty of time to watch that. For now, let’s enjoy the sunshine and thunder-free weather that’s in store for us for the next several days!

Almanac for Yesterday

Solar/Lunar Data 

On This Day in Wx History

1951- A rare late-season winter weather event produces an inch of snow at Nashville. The high of 43 degrees is the lowest high temperature ever recorded on this date.

A Year Ago Today

79 Days until Summer!

Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes

High:  96° at Anaheim & Santa Ana, California

Low:   -14° at Peter Sinks, Utah 

Today’s National Wx Hazards

It just doesn’t get any quieter than this for the first days of April.

Tomorrow’s National Wx Hazards

And then more quiet weather.

Drought Monitor

The drought monitor is updated each Thursday.

NASA Nerdology 

Tiros 1, the world’s first weather satellite, launched into orbit on April 1, 1960! The satellite provided meteorologists with their first pictures of cloud formations and weather patterns as they developed around the world. Wiht the launch of this satellite, we could finally see the other side of the clouds and, with ease, track storm systems as they move across the world.

You all have a great day and keep lookin’ up!

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