A chilly Wednesday
MM’s Wx Vlog
Wednesday: Scattered showers, especially in the morning. Breezy. Temps falling through the day. Happy first day of fall!
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy. Continued breezy.
Thursday – Sunday: Mostly sunny skies and very pleasant. Perfect weather for the Homestead Apple Festival this weekend!
Monday – Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Warmer.
MM’s Wx Concerns
Hay Weather Forecast
Almanac for Yesterday
On This Day in Wx History
1983- Temperature at Nashville drops to 36 degrees, tying the record low for the month. Crossville’s low of 33 degrees ties the record low for the month.
Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes
High: 107° at both Death Valley & Brawley, California
Low: 10° at Peter Sinks, Utah
The tropics are active but there are no immediate threats to the US. Let’s hope it stays that way! Both Peter and Rose have weakened to depressions, as they spin out to sea. The orange-shaded region will be destroyed by strong upper-level winds by the weekend. The only area to watch is the red-shaded region, which has a long journey before it gets to any land. I’ll keep you posted.
Sun & Moon
Today’s Tennessee Weather
Showers and thunderstorms gradually move east. Skies clear in the west. Breezy. Afternoon highs will be in the 60s where there’s more clouds and rain, and near 70 where there’s more sunshine expected.
Tonight’s Tennessee Weather
Skies continue to clear from west to east. Continued breezy. Overnight lows will fall into the 40s for much of the state.
Tomorrow’s Tennessee Weather
Abundant sunshine fills the skies for Thursday! Afternoon highs will be in the low to mid 70s for West Tennessee, with mid to upper 60s expected elsewhere.
The next MM kids class will be at TCAT on Tuesday, September 28th at 4:30. The class topic is on strange things that fall from the sky!
To register, please visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtnQuqpvGXd4qwrPnOrHcroEA3A-Gifcd3aa4vNFN6G8MYMA/viewform. Class is limited to the first 20 students who sign up.
Meteorologist Mark Pro
The latest newsletter will be released today, featuring topics from Hurricane Hugo to noctilucent clouds.
Coming in October, a kids science newsletter will be included with the MeteorologistMarkPro subscription! This has been requested many times over the past few years and by October, it will be a reality! I’m so excited to be adding this to the growing list of products offered by the Pro subscription!