Weather forecast issued Wednesday, September 27, 2023
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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 today, especially for those north of I-40. 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
2002- The remnants of Tropical Storm Isidore move across Middle Tennessee during the overnight hours. Waverly sets a new single-day rainfall record with 8.18″. Other 24-hour rainfall totals include Tennessee Ridge, with 8.16″; McEwen, 7.29″; Dover/Ft. Donelson, 6.61″; Port Royal, 6.22″; Clifton, 5.64″; Linden, 5.63″; Pinewood, 5.29″; Waynesboro, 5.21″; Sparta, 5.20″; Springfield, 5.20″; and Kingston Springs, 5.15″. Rainfall from Isidore is shown below. Crossville only reported 0.33 inches.
1959 – A tornado 440 yards in width traveled twenty miles from near Hollow, Oklahoma, to western Cherokee County Kansas. Although a strong tornado, it was very slow moving, and gave a tremendous warning roar, and as a result no one was killed.
1987 – While those at the base of Mount Washington, NH, enjoyed sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s, the top of the mountain was blanketed with 4.7 inches of snow, along with wind gusts to 99 mph, and a temperature of 13 degrees.
There are no threats to the U.S. at this time, nor are any expected for the next five days.
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