A Beautiful Start to the Holiday Weekend
MM’s Wx Vlog
Friday Funny 🙂
Today: Mostly sunny and very pleasant.
Saturday: Partly to mostly sunny. A chance for showers and storms overnight.
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy, with scattered showers and thunderstorms likely.
Labor Day: Mostly sunny.
Tuesday: Partly to mostly sunny. A chance for showers overnight.
Wednesday: Partly to mostly sunny, with a chance for mainly afternoon showers & thunderstorms.
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Almanac for Yesterday
On This Day in Wx History
1961 – Denver, Colorado, received 4.2 inches of snow, their earliest snow of record.
Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes
High: 110° at Death Valley, California
Low: 19° at Choteau, Montana
Hurricane Larry is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane this weekend. Thankfully, it is expected to stay well out at sea, though Bermuda may need to worry a bit with this one. The East Coast of the US will be concerned with dangerous rip currents that will develop because of this storm. This storm is likely to be a beautiful storm to watch on satellite this weekend!
Sun & Moon
Today’s Tennessee Weather
The skies of Tennessee will be filled with sunshine and just a few passing fair-weather cumulus clouds for this Friday. Afternoon temps in the 80s will feel more comfortable thanks to lower humidity levels.
Tonight’s Tennessee Weather
A few passing clouds will do little to hide tonight’s starry skies. Comfortable overnight lows in the 60s will make for very comfortable camping weather or for sleeping with the windows open!
Tomorrow’s Tennessee Weather
The Labor Day Weekend is off to a great start, as far as the weather is concerned. Aside from being a bit warmer, look for a near repeat of Friday’s weather, with lots of sunshine and afternoon highs in the 80s for much of state.
Look for me at the Rat Run at the Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 11! I’ll be at the Bigfoot booth! More information on this event can be found at https://cumberlandcountytn.gov/events/2020-rat-run-on-the-mountain/
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