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MM’s Wednesday Weather Forecast for January 26

Watching for Another Chance for Snow

Noon Forecast (new!)

48-Hour Forecast 

Extended Forecast 

Wednesday – Thursday: Partly to mostly sunny.

Friday: Mostly cloudy, with a chance for snow flurries or snow showers. Light accumulation possible.

Saturday – Monday : Mostly sunny.

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MM’s Winter Wx Concerns  

A strong cold front will combine with just enough moisture to produce a chance for some light snow on Friday.

On This Day in Wx History

1832- The Sparta Recorder and Law Journal reports that a cold snap drops temperatures to -18 degrees at Sparta, -26 degrees at McMinnville, and -18 degrees at Nashville. (The official all-time record low at Nashville is -17.)

1989 – Snow and high winds created blizzard-like conditions in northwestern Vermont. Winds at Saint Albins gusted to 88 mph. In Alaska, the town of Cold Foot (located north of Fairbanks) reported a morning low of 75 degrees below zero. 

Almanac for Yesterday

The Crossville station is currently down.

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Drought Data 

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