First snowflakes of the season expected this week
MM’s Wx Vlog
Sunday: Mostly cloudy.
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy.
Wednesday: Becoming mostly cloudy. Snow showers develop overnight.
Thursday – Friday: Rain and snow. Light accumulation may be possible.
Saturday: Mostly sunny.
MM’s Wx Concerns
The first snowflakes of the season are expected Wednesday night and Thursday night.
Impacts are expected to be low, if any, but I’ll keep an eye on the situation. Light snow accumulation could be possible. A Gulf low will send moisture our way, as the coldest air of the season moves down from Canada. At this time, temps look to be just marginal enough for snowflakes to fall Wednesday and Thursday nights but warm enough to prevent big impacts. The ground is still quiet warm from the summer, but elevated objects and grassy areas may be able to collect some snow. We may have to watch bridges and overpasses, too. I’ll keep a close eye on the situation!
Almanac for Yesterday
On This Day in Wx History
2014- A rare early season snowfall brings over 2″ of snow to the Upper Cumberland. The highest reported snowfall is 2.2″ south of Crossville.
Yesterday’s National Temperature Extremes
High: 93° at Brawley, California and Rio Grande Village & Falcon Lake, Texas
Low: 10° at Antero Reservoir, Colorado
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