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MM’s Wed Wx Forecast (Dec 15)

Warm & Windy Wednesday

MM’s Wx Vlog 

Today’s Afternoon Wx Map

The big news today is the strong to severe storms, which could be historic, for portions of Iowa, southern Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Across the Southeast, high pressure is in control, giving us sunshine and warm temps.

48-Hour Forecast 

Seven-Day Forecast

Wednesday: Partly sunny and mild. Windy.

Thursday: Chance of showers by afternoon. Windy.

Friday: Chance Showers, mainly north of the interstate.

Saturday: Rain likely.

Sunday – Monday: Partly sunny. Cooler.

Tuesday: Chance of showers.


MM’s Severe Wx Concerns 

Graphics will show when there are concerns within the next week.

MM’s Winter Wx Concerns 

Graphics will show when there are concerns within the next week.

Almanac for Yesterday  

On This Day in Wx History

1901- A strong cold front ushers in a blast of arctic air. Nashville’s temperature sinks to -2 degrees following the previous day’s high of 42.

MM News

Last night’s MM kids class went very well! We learned about folklore and what works and what doesn’t. We then learned about how dynamic our planet is and how that makes forecasting, whether short-term or long-term, very complicated!

Paid subscriptions to help fund these classes. Thank you to all who subscribe! As subs grow, opportunities grow. Check out the free monthly kids newsletter at that site, as well!

An adult class will be Tuesday, January 4, at 4:30 at TCAT. The topic will be the recent severe weather outbreak of December 10-11. To sign up, just send me an email to The class is free but any donations will go to pay for the kids classes.

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.

Estimated Population in Drought Areas in the US: 96,501,580

Estimated Population in Drought in the South: Last Week:  8,608,590 This Week: 12,352,977

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

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