Weather forecast issuedTuesday, September 26, 2023
I forgot to publish the blog this morning, but better late than never! 🙂
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MM’s Local Weather Concerns
The Storm Prediction Center has placed our area in the marginal risk for severe storms for Wednesday. The main threat is a damaging wind gust.
MM’s 5-Day Forecast
Yesterday’s Weather Statistics
Radar-Estimated Rainfall from Yesterday
On This Day
1936 – Denver, CO, was buried under 21.3 inches of snow, 19.4 inches of which fell in 24 hours. The heavy wet snow snapped trees and wires causing seven million dollars damage.
2004 – After making its infamous loop east of the Bahamas, Hurricane Jeanne made landfall the night of September 26th, 2004. Jeanne came ashore as a major category 3 hurricane just a few miles away from where Hurricane Frances made landfall a few weeks before. Jeanne produced extensive damage along the east central Florida coast from Volusia County south to Martin County. The highest wind gusts occurred over extreme Southern Brevard County as well as Indian River County with 110 – 120 mph estimates at the peak of the storm.
There are no threats to the U.S. at this time, nor are any expected for the next five days.
I’m so proud to be contracted with Crossville City Fire to provide critical weather support for emergency services!