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MM’s Saturday 5-Day

Weather forecast issued Saturday, September 16, 2023

Look for me at Fall Farm Day at Stone Memorial High School from 10:00-4:00! Hopefully the weather cooperates….


MM’s Local Weather Concerns

While severe weather is not expected for the next five days, be mindful of any lightning in the area today if you have outdoor plans.

MM’s 5-Day Forecast

Yesterday’s Weather Statistics

Radar-Estimated Rainfall from Yesterday

On This Day  

1881 – Iowa’s earliest measurable snow of record fell over western sections of the state. Four to six inches was reported between Stuart and Avoca. 

1928 – Hurricane San Felipe, a monster hurricane, which left 600 dead in Guadeloupe, and 300 dead in Puerto Rico, struck West Palm Beach, Florida, causing enormous damage, and then headed for Lake Okeechobee. When the storm was over, the lake covered an area the size of the state of Delaware, and beneath its waters were 2,000 victims. The only survivors were those who reached large hotels for safety, and a group of 50 people who got onto a raft to take their chances out in the middle of the lake.

1988 – Hurricane Gilbert moved ashore into Mexico. The hurricane established an all-time record for the western hemisphere with a barometric reading of 26.13 inches. Winds approached 200 mph, with higher gusts. Gilbert devastated Jamaica and the Yucatan Peninsula. Hurricane Gilbert made landfall 120 miles south of Brownsville, Texas, during the early evening.

Emergency Services

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Have a great day and keep lookin’ up!

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