An unsettled pattern begins to evolve
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This Week’s Hazards
Normal High: 54 deg Normal Low: 34 deg
Five-Day Weather Forecast
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Continued mild.
Thanksgiving: Partly cloudy and mild. Rain showers likely by sunset.
Friday: Mainly morning showers.
Saturday: Rain developing by afternoon. Becoming windy, with evening/overnight wind gusts to 20 mph possible.
Sunday: Chance for mainly morning showers.
An unsettled pattern begins developing on Thanksgiving and that will give us some of our best rain chances in some time. That wetter pattern will be with us through at least Saturday night, possibly lingering into the first half of the day Sunday. Then, mild temperatures will continue to settle into the region. As our next storm system organizes over the central plains on Tuesday, we’ll watch how that whole system moves our way. There is the potential for storms by Wednesday. It is unclear how strong those storms will be, but that’s something I’ll need to monitor over the coming days.
The Storm Prediction Center is already highlighting portions of the southern plains for severe storms on Tuesday. It is possible that the severe threat will shift eastward. I’ll keep an eye on it.
Weather statistics are available each day at https://meteorologistmark.com/weather-statistics/
2004 – An outbreak of severe thunderstorms produced reports of 54 tornadoes across portions of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Alabama. In Texas’s Hardin county, one person was killed with three injured when a tornado struck during the afternoon
1863 – Patent granted for a process of making color photographs
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Drought conditions continue across the state. The drought map updates each Thursday. For more drought info, please visit https://meteorologistmark.com/drought-info/
Estimated population in drought Areas in TN last week = 4,338,497
Estimated population in drought Areas in TN this week = 4,544,260
Five-Day Total Rainfall Forecast
Widespread 1-2 inch rain amounts are expected on the plateau from Thursday night to Sunday.
Current Snow Cover Map
Extended Temperature Outlook (Nov 28- Dec 2)
This milder pattern may lead to severe storms for the southern plains on Tuesday. That threat could move eastward by Wednesday, though details of that are quite unclear at this time.
Extended Precip Outlook (Nov 28- Dec 2)
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