Posted on Leave a comment

MM’s Tuesday Weather Forecast for May 10

This Week’s Hazards

MM’s Wx Vlog

Be sure to subscribe to the blog for free!


Extended Forecast

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and warming up.

Wednesday: Clouds and sun, with a chance for mainly afternoon showers and storms.

Thursday: Summer-like. Mostly sunny and continued warm. Likely the warmest day so far this season!

Friday – Saturday: Clouds and sun, with a chance for mainly afternoon showers and storms.

Sunday: Scattered showers and storms.

MM’s Severe Wx Concerns 

There are no indications of widespread severe weather for the next several days. Just keep in mind that any storm that develops this time of year can be locally strong.

On This Day

1933- An F-4 tornado moves for 20 miles from near Livingston to near Byrdstown. Thirty-three of the 35 deaths are in Beatty Swamps, six miles north of Livingston. The half-mile wide funnel destroys every home in the community, and kills or injures virtually every resident. Much of the area is swept clean of debris. Damage totals $100,000. There are 150 injuries. (According to the family of Ewing Hull, the air after suppertime was very quiet, although stifling for May. The Hull cabin was blown away that night, and the family woke up on the ground.) This is the deadliest tornado ever to strike Middle Tennessee. (FYI, this is the subject of my newsletter this week at

1872 – Victoria Woodhull becomes first woman nominated for US presidency by Equal Rights Party at Apollo Hall, New York City.


Drought Data 

For drought info please see


MercuryTue 6:23 amTue 8:48 pmTue 1:36 pmVery difficult to see
VenusTue 3:54 amTue 4:11 pmTue 10:02 amGood visibility
MarsTue 3:04 amTue 2:35 pmTue 8:49 amAverage visibility
JupiterTue 3:29 amTue 3:27 pmTue 9:28 amFairly good visibility
SaturnTue 1:56 amTue 12:36 pmTue 7:16 amAverage visibility
UranusTue 5:27 amTue 7:07 pmTue 12:17 pmExtremely difficult to see
NeptuneTue 3:16 amTue 3:02 pmTue 9:09 amVery difficult to see

MM News

There are still some seats left! I also now have some fun hands-on learning activities for us to do!

You can now purchase tickets to Weather & Wine through Eventbrite at! You can also come by the office or mail a check to Creative Compassion at 20 Penny Lane (Crossville, 38555) and buy a ticket. Let me know if you have any questions about purchasing tickets! Tickets are $25.

I have a fun class planned, complete with some experiments!

Stonehaus Winery is graciously hosting this unique class! You don’t have to be a wine drinker to appreciated the fascinating impacts of weather and climate on this industry. This fun and informative class has limited seating, so be sure and secure your spot today! We will serve refreshments.

Proceeds benefit Creative Compassion and our mission to help folks who are struggling to make ends meet due to a financial emergency.  This is a fun way to support a wonderful local nonprofit and to help folks in need in our community!

Please let me know if you have any questions. Stonehaus will offer wine tastings at their tasting bar after class for those who are interested. Some of those wines will feature those discussed in class!


This week’s newsletter is about a historic tornado event that affected the plateau 89 years ago! That event left scars that remain across certain communities even today. Find out this and more in this week’s MM newsletter, released each Friday by noon at! Proceeds from subscriptions go toward supporting the MM kids classes taught monthly at both TCAT Crossville and Roane State Clarkrange.

MM Classes

The next MM kids class will be at the Clarkrange Roane State Campus on May 19. This will be the first MM class in Fentress County! That class is almost full! To learn more about the class and to register, please visit

Classes for the Crossville campus at TCAT will now be every third Wednesday of each month. That class will start at 4:00 p.m. To register for this month’s class just go to

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

Make sure you “Follow” this blog to get updates in your email inbox

Please feel free to “Follow” me on Social Media!

Facebook @thunderchaser 

Twitter @meteo_mark

Instagram @MeteorologistMark 

YouTube @

Download the Meteorologist Mark app for Android  

iPhone app coming soon!

Leave a Reply