Another pleasant day is in store for the plateau, with lots of sunshine and low humidity. The warmth and humidity we come to expect this time of year will begin returning on Wednesday, leading to a very slight risk for an afternoon storm. Humidity increases further on Thursday, leading to more isolated storm chances, especially in the afternoon. A slow-moving frontal boundary moving south will kick up still more showers and storms for Friday and into the holiday weekend. The weekend is not looking like a washout, but there will likely be scattered showers and storms across the plateau through that time period.
This Week’s Hazards
MM’s Wx Vlog
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and pleasant.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and getting warmer. Humidity begins increasing. Only a slight chance for an afernoon shower or storm.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and humid. A slight chance for an afternoon/evening shower or storm.
Friday – Saturday: Scattered showers and storms, especially in the afternoons and evenings.
SPC T-storm Outlook for Today
HRRR Radar Model
No precip to show today.
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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Drought info can be found at my link at https://meteorologistmark.com/drought-info/. That link also allows you to compare this week’s map with last week’s. The maps update each Thursday.
On This Day
1928- A severe weather outbreak produces five tornadoes across Middle Tennessee, beginning on the afternoon of the 28th, and continuing into the next morning. All tornadoes are classified as F2. One person is killed in Davidson County. Another 38 injuries are reported overall.
1919 – Treaty of Versailles, ending WWI and establishing the League of Nations, is signed in France.
The tropics remain active, especially for this time of year. The yellow-shaded regions only have 20% chances for development, but that will still need to be watched very closely over the coming days.
The area that has been red-shaded for the last several days is now on the brink of becoming a tropical storm. That system will stay south of the U.S. but is now expected to become the season’s first hurricane.
MM Classes for Kids
Registration for the MM kids classes in July is now open! Classes cap at 15 students. The topic for July’s classes is rockets!
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This week’s MM newsletter is about past record warmth that we’ve experienced here on the plateau. If you find this kind of info interesting, you might consider subscribing to the newsletter at https://meteorologistmarkpro.com/! It’s only $5 a month or $50 a year, with proceeds supporting my education outreach programs with the kids.
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