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MM’s Friday 5-Day

Weather forecast issued Friday, September 1, 2023


It’s the first day of meteorological fall! (We do our seasons in three-month increments, with Sept-Oct-Nov being fall.)

We ended August being 2.98 inches above normal on precip for the year.

An extended period of warm & dry weather has begun.

Friday Funny

MM’s Local Weather Concerns:

Weather Watchers: Enjoy the break! Severe storms are not expected for the next five+ days.

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MM’s 5-Day Forecast

Yesterday’s Weather Statistics

Radar-Estimated Rainfall from Yesterday

On This Day  

1897 – Hailstone drifts six feet deep were reported in Washington County, Iowa.

1979- A home in Centerville is hit by lightning and completely destroyed. It marks the third time the house has been hit by lightning since being built in 1970.

1995- An Estill Springs man sustains minor injuries as he sits outside on his patio. Lightning strikes a nearby tree and runs through the ground, then up the legs of the metal chair. He suffers a stiff neck and shoulders, and temporary memory loss.


The tropics remain very active but much of this activity is moving out to sea. Idalia, Gert, Jose, and Franklin will all move farther out to sea over the weekend. The red-shaded area of interest east of Africa will also spin out to sea.

The orange-shaded region is one to watch, as much of the guidance shows a track toward the U.S. over the next 7-10 days. It’s something to watch.

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Have a great day and keep lookin’ up!

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