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MM’s Mon Wx Forecast for June 27

Wx Summary

A cold front has pushed south of the plateau, bringing us less humid and more pleasant weather for the start of our workweek. By Wednesday, the humidity begins returning, which means a return to the slightest risk for a thunderstorm in the afternoon. By Thursday that isolated storm chance increases to 20%. A storm system will approach from the west by Friday and that will bring scattered showers and storms to the region.

This Week’s Hazards

MM’s Wx Vlog

Weather Forecast

Monday: Becoming partly cloudy. Cooler and less humid.

Tuesday – Wednesday: Mostly sunny and getting warmer. Humidity returns Wednesday.

Thursday: Partly cloudy and humid. A slight chance for an afternoon/evening shower or storm.

Friday: Scattered showers and storms, especially in the afternoon and evening.

 SPC T-storm Outlook for Today

Only general t-storms are expected in the green-shaded regions.

HRRR Radar Model

This simulation is from 9:00 a.m. this morning to 9:00 p.m. this evening. Our cold front has pushed east, taking the showers and storms with it.

Wind Forecast

Time is in 24 hour units, beginning at 6:00 a.m. today. Simply scroll to the right to see future hours.

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Surface Wind (mph)678888999888987767777777

Drought Outlook

Drought info can be found at my link at That link also allows you to compare this week’s map with last week’s. The maps update each Thursday.

On This Day

1901 – There was a rain of fish from the sky at Tiller’s Ferry, South Carolina. Hundreds of fish were swimming between cotton rows after a heavy shower. (This was likely because a tornado had sucked up the fish earlier)

1929 – First color TV demo, performed by Bell Laboratories in New York City.


Hurricane Forecast

The tropics are very active! This is more like a map we’d see in August. One area of low pressure is being watched in the Gulf. It has only a 20% chance of development and will move toward Texas. The red-shaded region will become a tropical depression or storm by Tuesday night. The yellow-shaded region in the Atlantic will be monitored as it crosses the Atlantic and enters the Caribbean later this week.

MM Classes for Kids

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