Weather forecast issued Saturday, September 30, 2023
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MM’s Local Weather Concerns
Severe t-storms are not expected for the next 5 days.
Be safe burning any outdoor brush, as many of us are getting drier by the day. Low humidity today will only enhance the fire danger.
MM’s 5-Day Forecast
Yesterday’s Weather Statistics
The Drought Monitor is updated each Thursday. The map below was updated on Thursday, Sept., 28. With no signficant rainfall in sight, conditions will only get drier with the next update.
Radar-Estimated Rainfall from Yesterday
On This Day
2018- Crossville has their wettest September on record, with a total of 10.59″ of rain.
1970 – A nineteen month drought in southern California came to a climax. The drought, which made brush and buildings tinder dry, set up the worst fire conditions in California history as hot Santa Anna winds sent the temperature soaring to 105 degrees at Los Angeles, and to 97 degrees at San Diego. During that last week of September whole communities of interior San Diego County were consumed by fire. Half a million acres were burned, and the fires caused fifty million dollars damage.
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!