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MM’s Tues Wx Forecast (Nov 9)

Enjoy the warmth while it lasts


Three new sections have been added to the blog. You can now see the current day’s national weather map, as well as both high and low temps expected today and tonight across the country. I hope you enjoy the new additions!

MM’s Wx Vlog 

Seven-Day Forecast

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and pleasant. Warm afternoons and cool nights.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy and mild.

Veteran’s Day: Clouds increase, with showers possible in the afternoon and evening, becoming likely overnight.

Friday – Saturday: Partly to mostly sunny.

Sunday: Chance rain & snow showers.

Monday: Partly cloudy and cold.

MM’s Wx Concerns

The coldest air of the season is expected to arrive over the coming weekend and especially into early next week. Prepare for cold overnight lows. Make plans now to keep those outside fur babies warm and cozy.

Today’s National Wx Map (New!)

National High Temps for Today (New!)

The colored regions indicate above or below normal readings (see scale on the side). Orange shading indicates above-normal temp readings.

National Low Temps for Tonight (New!)

The red-shaded regions indicate MUCH above normal temps for the overnight lows.

Today’s Stats

Almanac for Yesterday

On This Day in Wx History

1913 – The freshwater fury , a rapidly deepening cyclone, caused unpredicted gales on the Great Lakes. Eight large ore carriers on Lake Erie sank drowning 270 sailors. Cleveland, Ohio reported 17.4 inches of snow in 24 hours, and a total of 22.2 inches, both all-time records for that location. During the storm, winds at Cleveland averaged 50 mph, with gusts to 79 mph. The storm produced wind gusts to 80 mph at Buffalo, New York, and buried Pickens, West Virginia under three feet of snow.

MM News

Tonight’s kids class is full! The topic is how sudden climate change did not bode for the dinosaurs. The kids will make their own dino world in class that they can then take home with them. Look for lots of pictures to come! This class should be fun and educational!

A big thank you to those who financially support these classes! Subscriptions continue to grow for and that money goes to support these classes. Thank you!

Drought Monitor 

The data cutoff for Drought Monitor maps is each Tuesday at 7 a.m. The maps, which are based on analysis of the data, are released each Thursday at 7:30 a.m.

Meteorologist Mark Pro 

This week’s newsletter will be released tomorrow and features an article about the historic November tornadoes in 2002 that devastated parts of the Cumberland Plateau. There’s also an article on winter sunsets and why they tend to be so beautiful. It will all be available at by noon tomorrow!

Subscriptions to the weekly newsletter go to support MM education outreach, including the FREE monthly kids newsletter available at! Thank you!

You all have a great day and keep lookin’ up!

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