Saturday, May 5, 2007

All Is Quiet Tonight




After quite a bit of rain early, it seems to be much more stable here in the Upper Cumberland area of Middle Tennessee. The sun popped out late this evening and temperatures are pleasant. We expect a GORGEOUS day tomorrow. According to my weather sensors, we received 1.02 inches of rain in the last 24 hours, giving us a total of 1.85 inches in the first 5 days of May. I would consider that a GREAT start. The above photos are some wonderful flowers that I've assisted my bride and our daughter with planting.


Hit the little white ball today with my brother in-law. Had a great time and shot 75 for 18 holes. For you non-golfers, that's a pretty good score...no 'do-overs'..no 'mulligans'...no nothing!

We are going houseboating after church in the morning. Should be fun and I'll take the camera to get some great shots!

2 comments:

Clay said...

Mike-
Yes, Our MTWC Seven Day is based in Davison County and counties touching it. I've attempted to forecast for the Plateau, but it's too complicated. You might go up a hill and feel the temps drop a few degrees.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

clay....

without a doubt, it is different...sometimes as much as 5 degrees different!

~MD

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