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MM’s Sat Wx Forecast for Oct 23

Winds of change to howl Sunday-Monday

MM’s Wx Vlog 

Seven-Day Forecast

Saturday: Partly to mostly sunny. Very pleasant.

Sunday: Partly to mostly sunny, with a morning shower possible. Gusty winds by afternoon to 20 mph or greater.

Monday: Showers & thunderstorms likely. Windy. Winds could gust to 30 mph. Some storms could be strong to severe.

Tuesday: Partly to mostly sunny.

Wednesday: Showers and thunderstorms likely. Breezy. Winds could gust to 15-20 mph.

Thursday – Friday: Turning much cooler. Mostly cloudy, with scattered showers.


MM’s Wx Concerns

If current forecast trends verify, we could be in for some very gusty winds by Sunday evening. Southerly winds will increase ahead of our next storm system. As Sunday progresses, those southerly winds will increase. By Sunday night, those winds could hit speeds of 35-40 mph. Please note that our ground is very wet from recent rains and shallow-rooted trees may fall if winds gets this gusty. Prepare for possible power outages, just in case that happens. Gusty winds will continue into the day on Monday.

By Monday, a strong cold front will make its way across our area. There is the risk for strong to severe thunderstorms. If the front can get here earlier in the day, the atmosphere will be cooler and more stable. If the front comes through in the afternoon, warmer temps would increase our severe storm chances. I’ll keep an eye on it!

Today’s Stats

Almanac for Yesterday

On This Day in Wx History

1963- A prolonged warm spell settles over the mid state. Crossville’s 79 degrees represents the 4th consecutive daily record high temperature.

Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes

High:  96° at Zapata and Falcon Lake, Texas

Low:   11° at Antero Reservoir, Colorado  


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