Saturday, July 28, 2007

Tennessee Rain

Heavy rain overnight across areas of Tennessee, primarily east of Nashville, gave residents a much needed soaking. Yards, gardens, and farms will all benefit from amounts that vary from a 1/4 inch up to 2.50 inches.

Click on this link to see who got what! (courtesy of CoCoRaHS)

6 comments:

Brandon said...

The rain developed just south of me this evening and moved south. Just planted some River Cane and more wild flowers and was hoping for rain but looks like I will continue to water plants. Im ready for winter.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

That's too bad about the rain missing you. Tell me about this river cane...

Not sure I'm ready for winter.

Dewdrop said...

Nice new blog look!

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

thanks dew...try and keep it changed up so as not to 'bore' people...

Brian said...

Mowed my grass for the 2nd time in a week...tell me again why we asked for all the rain?

I know...its good to see. 7.18" in July, the most since June of 05'.

Keep up the good work.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

WOW Brian...that is an amazing amount of rain in July...ya'll obviously had plenty of the pop-up variety of storms/showers in your area....sheeeez, my yard would love them! :)

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