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MM’s Friday Weather Update

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Waiting on the next wet storm system

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This Week’s Hazards

Saturday is looking nice, but Saturday night is looking wet and windy. Tuesday looks nice at this time, with wet and windy weather coming in that night. Timing could change with that, so stay tuned.

Five-Day Outlook

Normal High: 53 deg Normal Low: 34 deg

Five-Day Weather Forecast 

Friday: Chance for a morning shower, then partly cloudy.

Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Mild. Rain developing overnight. Windy. Wind gusts to 20 mph during the day, increasing to 25 mph overnight. Overnight rainfall amounts around 1 inch.

Sunday: Chance for mainly morning showers.

Monday: Partly cloudy and mild.

Tuesday: Increasing clouds and wind. Rain and storms develop overnight.

Forecast Discussion & Concerns

Our Thursday night system weakened as it moved into our area, which limited rainfall amounts to around a trace for those lucky enough to get those isolated showers. The next storm system will move in Satuurday night, with rain and wind. Some of us may even hear a rumble of thunder. That system looks to move out Sunday morning. All of us should pick up around one inch of rain with that.

The next storm system will move in Tuesday night. That system may bring the risk for some strong storms, as this system will have very mild air to work with and a more unstable atmosphere. The best chance for severe storms looks to stay to our south, but I will monitor that closely. Much colder air will follow that system.

Pictured below is the Storm Prediction Center’s storm outlook for the next 8 days. The green shading on us for Saturday (Day2) is for the risk of a non-severe t-storm Saturday night. Notice the highlighted area for severe storms on Tuesday (Day5) across the Lower Mississippi River Valley. That threat extends into West Tennessee. That’s a system I’ll track eastward into our region.

Weather Statistics

Weather statistics are available each day at https://meteorologistmark.com/weather-statistics/

History

1950- Temperature at Clarksville plummets to -2 degrees, setting a record low for the month. Nashville’s -1 also establishes a monthly record.

1970 – The temperature at Tallahassee, Florida, dipped to 13 degrees, following a high of 40 degrees the previous day. The mercury then reached 67 degrees on the 26th, and highs were in the 70s the rest of the month. 

Weather history is updated for each day at https://meteorologistmark.com/weather-history/

REGIONALLY 

Past 24-Hour Rainfall Totals

Drought Outlook 

The drought map updates each Thursday, so this is the latest map! Drought conditions continue to worsen across the state. Saturday night’s rainfall should help with drought conditions. For more drought info, please visit https://meteorologistmark.com/drought-info/

Estimated population in drought Areas in TN last week = 4,544,260

Estimated population in drought Areas in TN this week = 4,857,327

NATIONALLY 

Five-Day Total Rainfall Forecast 

Current Snow Cover Map 

Extended Temperature Outlook (Nov 30- Dec 4)

Extended Precip Outlook (Nov 30- Dec 4)

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