Dodging Showers and Storms for our Sunday
MM’s Wx Vlog
Today: Partly to mostly cloudy, with scattered showers and thunderstorms likely, especially in the afternoon and evening.
Labor Day: A few morning clouds, perhaps a sprinkle. Then, mostly sunny.
Tuesday: Partly to mostly sunny.
Wednesday: Partly to mostly sunny, with a slight chance for a mainly afternoon shower or thunderstorm.
Thursday – Saturday: Mostly sunny and very pleasant.
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On This Day in Wx History
1954- Mount Pleasant, Tennessee, sets its all-time record high with a reading of 105 degrees. At 106 degrees, Clarksville measures its highest temperature ever in September, as does Nashville, with a 105-degree reading, and Crossville, with 99 degrees.
Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes
High: 112° at both Death Valley & Thermal, California
Low: 12° at Peter Sinks, Utah
The main feature for the US to watch is the system that is moving into the southern Gulf of Mexico today. By Tuesday, this system will be moving through the Gulf and toward the northern Gulf Coast. Significant development is not expected, but the system could certainly bring some heavy rainfall to the Gulf Coast this week. I’ll keep an eye on it.
Larry is still a powerful hurricane and he’s still out at sea. That is where he will stay. The storm will bring dangerous rip currents to the East Coast this week and large swells.
Larry continues to look impressive on satellite. Look at that storm!
Sun & Moon
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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