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MM’s Wed Wx Forecast for Aug 3

Wx Summary

Today is looking hot and dry, though I can never completely rule out an isolatedafternoon storm with this much heat and humidity around. A frontal system crawls closer to our area tomorrow, increasing rain chances to 50%. The front gets even closer on Friday and gives us our best chance of rain during the 5-day forecast period. Those rain chances remain elevated through the weekend.

This Week’s Hazards

MM’s Wx Vlog 

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Five-Day Outlook

Weather Forecast 

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, with a slight chance for a mainly afternoon and evening shower or storm. South winds at 5 mph.

Thursday: Scattered showers and storms, expecialy in the afternoon and evening. Southwest wind at 5 mph.

Friday: Scattered showers and storms are likely. Some of the rainfall could be heavy. Southwest winds 5 mph.

Saturday & Sunday: Scattered showers and storms, expecialy in the afternoon and evening. Southwest wind at 5 mph.

 SPC T-storm Outlook for Today

HRRR Radar Model

This model is from 9:00 a.m. to midnight. Notice the complex of storms to our northwest. Those could help our rain chances on Thursday.

On This Day 

1893- Carthage receives its most rainfall ever in one day, measuring 8.35″.

1492 – Christopher Columbus sets sail on his first voyage with three ships, Santa María, Pinta and Niña from Palos de la Frontera, Spain for the “Indies”.


Past 24-Hour Precip Totals

MM News

I found out yesterday that I will be a columnist for the Fentress Courier beginning next week! I’m very excited about this gig and can’t wait to share all kinds of sciency articles with the that paper’s subscribers!

MM Classes for Kids

Registration for the Clarkrange class in August is now open! That class is August 4 at 5:00. Please allow extra travel time due to the Highway 127 yard sales that day. Registration is available at I still have 5 seats left as of July 30.

The next MM kids class at TCAT in Crossville will be Wednesday, August 17 at 4:30. This class is now FULL but you can be added to the wait list at

That class topic is telescopes, with emphasis on the new NASA James Webb telescope!


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