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MM’s Sunday Forecast

Forecast issued Sunday, March 19, 2023


Temps 20 degrees below normal today (it’s cold!) with some snow flurries

Temps in the mid teens tonight (coldest night we’ve seen in some time!)

A warming trend begins Monday

Severe storm threat possible Friday


Remember the outside fur babies tonight. Make sure they have a dry, warm bed that gives them shelter from the cold. Make sure you’ve wrapped any exposed pipes that you may have neglected during the warmer weather we’ve had. Make sure your neighbors (esp elderly/disabled) have heat.

There is a risk for severe storms on Friday. Get your weather radio now if you don’t have one and make sure it’s ready for Friday (or any future event). Don’t wait until the day of storms to realize your’re not ready. I have helpful tips at this link

MM’s 24 -Hour Forecast

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MM’s 24-Hour Wind Forecast

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Weather Statistics

For the period of midnight to midnight.

On This Day

1935 – Suffocating dust storms occurred frequently in southeastern Colorado between the 12th and the 25th of the month. Six people died, and many livestock starved or suffocated. Up to six feet of dust covered the ground. Schools were closed, and many rural homes were deserted by tenants.

1950 – Timberline Lodge reported 246 inches of snow on the ground, a record for the state of Oregon.

1990 – Eighty-degree weather in the eastern U.S. the previous week was replaced by wintry weather. Freezing temperatures were reported in northern sections of the Gulf Coast States, and snow began to whiten the Northern and Central Appalachians. Up to eight inches of snow was reported in western Virginia. 

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