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MM’s Wed Wx Forecast (Nov 10)

One last 70-degree day

MM’s Wx Vlog 

Seven-Day Forecast

Wednesday: Partly cloudy and mild.

Veteran’s Day: Clouds increase, with scattered showers developing in the afternoon and evening, becoming likely overnight. Windy, with gusts to 25 mph.

Friday – Saturday: Partly to mostly sunny.

Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Possible showers mixed with snowflakes overnight.

Monday: Partly cloudy and cold.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and chilly.


MM’s Wx Concerns

Much colder air will arrive over the coming weekend and into early next week. Data has trended a bit warmer with this coming airmass, but it will still be very cold air compared to the warm days we’re having this week! Prepare for cold overnight lows and chilly afternoon highs. Make plans now to keep those outside fur babies warm and cozy.

Today’s Stats

Almanac for Yesterday 

Today’s National Wx Map (New!) 

See legend in the lower left of the image.

National High Temps for Today (New!)

The colored regions indicate above or below normal readings (see scale on the left side). Orange shading indicates above-normal temp readings. The red and blue stars represent where the nation’s forecast warmest and coldest temperatures are expected, respectively.

National Low Temps for Tonight (New!)

The red-shaded regions indicate MUCH above normal temps for the overnight lows. See scale to the left of the image.

On This Day in Wx History

2002- Middle Tennessee suffers one of its worst autumn severe weather outbreaks ever. Four tornadoes strike the Highland Rim during the early morning, with two fatalities in Port Royal. Then, following record high temperatures at Nashville (81) and Crossville (75), severe weather re-ignites during the late afternoon, with widespread wind damage, hail, and 8 additional tornadoes. Lake Tansi, south of Crossville, is hardest hit, as a supercell produces baseball-size hail and an F3 tornado, killing four. Two additional fatalities occur at New Union (Coffee County) as the result of two F2 tornadoes there. In addition to the eight fatalities, 51 injuries are reported across the area.

I have a special story on this event in this week’s weekly newsletter at

MM News

Last night’s MM Kids class was a huge success! We learned about how climate change led to the dino’s demise. We then created our own dinosaur world in our terrariums. The kids were able to take those projects home with them. They took the random materials I gave them and then used their creativity to make a world any dinosaur would appreciate .I took pictures of each project for folks on Facebook to vote on. You can see those on my Facebook page and cast your vote!

I’ll have a complete write-up on this MM class in next month’s free monthly kids newsletter.

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 today 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. This and more will all be available at by noon!

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