Weather forecast issued Thursday, October 5, 2023
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MM’s Local Weather Concerns
Severe t-storms are not expected for the next 5 days.
Gusty winds will increase the wildfire danger for Saturday and Monday.
Frost is likely Sunday morning.
MM’s 5-Day Forecast
Yesterday’s Weather Statistics
September NWS Stats for Middle & East TN
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. (Next drought update comes out later today!)
Radar-Estimated Rainfall from Yesterday
On This Day
1954- Temperature tops out at 86 degrees at Crossville for the second consecutive day.
1995- Remnants of Hurricane Opal move across Middle Tennessee. Southern Cumberland County receives as much as 7.80″ of rain. Minor river flooding is produced along the Sequatchie Basin.
There are no threats to the U.S. at this time, nor are any expected for the next five days.
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