MM’s Wx Vlog
Today’s Weather Map
The heavy rainfall and severe weather threat both overlap our area today. Be weather-aware this afternoon and evening.
Rainfall amounts of 1-2 inches is expected areawide, with isolated locations picking up as much as 3 inches. The greater rainfall potential will be along and south of I-40.
Wednesday: Rain & thunderstorms likely. Some storms could be strong to severe during the afternoon and evening.
Thursday: Mainly morning showers, then partly sunny by afternoon.
Friday: Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Some storms could be severe overnight.
Saturday: Rain and storms. Some storms could be strong to severe. Turning sharply colder overnight.
Sunday: Much colder! Mostly cloudy, with a chance for snow showers. Light snow accumulation on elevated surfaces is possible.
Monday: Mostly sunny and colder.
Almanac for Yesterday
MM’s Severe Wx Concerns
Wednesday’s threat is greatest across Putnam, Cumberland, White, and Bledsoe Counties (and any location south of these counties). The threat is lower along and north of a line from Livingston to Jamestown, though you all are still at risk for a severe storm.
Severe storms will be possible both Friday night and Saturday, as it looks right now. Keep this in mind if you have holiday plans. We’ll focus on this more after we get passed today’s threat. This system could evolve into more of a flood threat than severe weather threat. Stay tuned.
MM severe weather safety tips can be found at the link below. Make sure you are prepared, just in case bad weather rolls in.
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MM’s Winter Wx Concerns
Impacts look low to zero for this event, but I’ll keep a close eye on it! The main story will be the sharply colder temperatures! Make sure your outdoor fur babies are sheltered and dry before this 40-degree temp plunge arrives Sunday!
Remember the Fur Babies
Make sure your outdoor fur babies are sheltered and dry before this 40-degree temp plunge arrives Sunday!
On This Day in Wx History
1969- Nashville measures 2.18″ of rainfall during the 2nd day of a 3-day wet spell that produces 4.86″. Crossville’s 3.46″ contributes to a 3-day total of 7.60″.
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