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Point out any storm systems or pressure fronts in the area to explain why the forecast is for a certain kind of weather, such as rain, snow or unusually high winds. For each day, you can state the expected high and low temperature; the chance of precipitation; the general expected conditions, such as mostly sunny, cold and clear, or partly cloudy; and any other warnings, such as snow, gusting winds or possible flooding.
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Wind Damage (structural damage or trees/power lines down) Unusually strong Wind Gusts (measured or estimated according to the below chart) Visual Clues and Damage ImpactsSpeed (mph)DescriptionTwigs and small branches breaking off trees, generally impedes walking39-46GaleMinor structural damage occurs (chimney covers, roofing tiles).
Ground covered with many twigs and small branches.47-54Strong Palomino to moderate structural damage (considerable loss of roofing tiles, siding torn off). Small-to-medium size trees blown down or uprooted.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning criteria: 58 mph and greater55-63Whole GaleWidespread minor to moderate structural damage. Many trees up to large size blown down or uprooted.
Snowfall of 3 inches or more Impacts from ice/freezing rain (downed trees/limbs/power lines, slick roads The simplest and shortest weather report contains only one piece of information: the present temperature.
More detailed weather reports also contain information about precipitation, wind speed and direction, relative humidity, atmospheric pressure, and other things as well. A typical weather report tells you the high and low temperatures for the past day.
In many areas of the United States, unusually hot or cold days can be as much as twenty degrees different from the normal temperature. So a bit of wintry mix isn’t out of the question during the morning drive.
Today was mild and Thursday should be just a tad milder, both are certainly the mildest in recent memory. A strong cold front moves through Friday setting the stage for an impressively colder weekend.
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The only feature barely worth writing about is an upper disturbance passing over the Southeast sending some extra clouds over the region tonight. A potent cold front blasts through Friday followed by successive pieces of upper level energy prompting various waves of light snow in a cold northwest flow.
Friday is cloudy with rain/snow mix developing early afternoon, likely remaining all snow at the highest elevations. As colder air filters-in by Friday evening it becomes all snow.
However, accumulations will favor the western half of the region closer to the TN border and the higher mountaintops where a couple/few inches is possible. Further east towards the Blue Ridge it will be much less, closer to dusting level stuff.
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