Tracking our next powerful storm system
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This Week’s Hazards
Normal High: 52 deg Normal Low: 33 deg
Five-Day Weather Forecast
Monday: Partly cloudy and mild.
Tuesday: Increasing clouds and increasing wind. Rain and storms develop overnight.
Wednesday: Mainly morning rain and thunder. Temps falling in the afternoon.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and colder.
Friday: Partly cloudy and warmer.
Forecast Discussion & Concerns
The main concern this forecast period is the chance for strong to severe storms Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The greatest threat will stay to our west, but we’ll need to be mindful of any storms that might stay strong into our neck of the woods. This is something I’ll watch very closely.
A very cold shot of air follows this system, but temps begin warming right back up by Friday.
Storm Prediction Center Forecast
This is the severe weather outlook for Tuesday. Notice the main threats stay to our west. The orange shading is for the enhanced risk, which is level 3 out of the five severe weather risk categories.
Weather Stats & History
Weather statistics are available each day at https://meteorologistmark.com/weather-statistics/
Weather history is updated for each day at https://meteorologistmark.com/weather-history/
Past 24-Hour Precip Totals
Some of us saw some beneficial rain with our Saturday night system. I recorded 0.34 inches at my house in northern Cumberland County.
The drought map updates each Thursday, so this is the latest map! Drought conditions continue to worsen across the state. Tuesday night’s rainfall should help with drought conditions. For more drought info, please visit https://meteorologistmark.com/drought-info/
Estimated population in drought Areas in TN last week = 4,544,260
Estimated population in drought Areas in TN this week = 4,857,327
Five-Day Rainfall Forecast
Rainfall totals of 1.0 – 1.25 inches are expected across the plateau with our Tuesday night and Wednesday storm system.
Current Snow Cover Map
Extended Temperature Outlook (Dec 3-7)
Extended Precipitation Outlook (Dec 3-7)
Hurricane season ends Wednesday, November 30.
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