A see-saw forecast between winter and spring
MM’s Wx Vlog
Saturday: Mostly sunny.
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Slight chance for a shower in the evening across northern Fentress county.
Monday: Partly cloudy and cold.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and warmer. Breezy.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and even warmer.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, with a chance for showers.
Friday: Mostly sunny and mild.
MM’s Wx Concerns
Make sure the fur babies are warm tonight! This is quite the change compared to what we’ve been used to this week.
Almanac for Yesterday
Today’s National Wx Map (New!)
National High Temps for Today (New!)
Oranges and reds indicate above-normal temps, while greens and blues indicated below normal. White indicates normal temps for this time of year. See scale on the left. The red and blue stars show where the nation’s warmest and coolest temps are expected, respectively.
Notice the sharp divide between warm and cold air! Tis the season!
National Low Temps for Tonight (New!)
On This Day in Wx History
1933- The first dust storm of the great dust bowl era of the 1930’s occurs. The dust storm, which spread eastward, reduces the visibility to ½ mile in Tennessee.
December’s MM Kids class will feature a lesson on weather folklore! Stay tuned for a date and registration info!
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 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 are available at https://meteorologistmarkpro.com/!
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