A changing pattern in sight
MM’s Wx Vlog
Today: Mostly sunny and pleasant.
Tonight: Mostly clear.
Thursday – Friday: Partly cloudy. A very slight chance for a sprinkle or very isolated shower.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, with a chance for an afternoon shower, perhaps a storm.
Sunday – Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy, with scattered showers and storms, especially in the afternoon.
Tuesday: Partly to mostly sunny, with a chance for a shower or storm.
MM’s Wx Concerns
Patchy dense fog is expected tonight. Be safe if you’re out driving.
Almanac for Yesterday
On This Day in Wx History
1964- Cookeville records its greatest one-day rainfall ever, with 6.06 inches.
Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes
High: 102° at Cotulla & Falcon Lake, Texas
Low: 21° at Peter Sinks, Utah
Hurricane Sam is the only system to really watch these days. The storm is still a major hurricane and will remain so through Friday. The storm is, thankfully, moving out to sea.
Sun & Moon
Today’s Tennessee Weather
Morning fog will give way to abundant sunshine across the state for our Wednesday. By this afternoon and evening, a few showers or storms may develop across West Tennessee. Afternoon highs will top out in the low to mid 80s across the state.
Tonight’s Tennessee Weather
A few evening storms may linger into the evening for West Tennessee. Otherwise, clear skies will give way to a foggy night for much of the state. Overnight lows will fall into the low to mid 60s for most.
Tomorrow’s Tennessee Weather
Showers and storms are expected to be a bit more numerous across West Tennessee on Thursday. The rest of the state will see fair to partly cloudy skies. Afternoon high will once again rise into the low to mid 80s statewide.
Look for me at the Hiking Festival in Fairfield Glade on Saturday, October 2nd! For more info on the festival, please see https://hikingmarathon.com/trails-festival/
Meteorologist Mark Pro
This week’s newsletter will feature an article about a chilly year we had on the plateau back in the 1950s, as well as article on the fires in the Sequoias and how those fires may affect us. That letter is now published and available for subscribers.
Coming in October, a kid’s 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! October’s issue is looking really cool!