Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Active Pattern CONTINUES

After thunderstroms sprinted their way across Tennessee yesterday, we'll have sunny skies for today...but then showers are back tonight and thunderstorms return again tomorrow as another front comes racing through. It's 15-20 degrees cooler this morning compared with the last two.

Our latest, local weather forecast here

We measured .40 from yesterday's rains. Some areas of TN received quite a bit more.

From the NWS-Nashville
Tuesday saw a record high of 70 in Nashville for January 8th. The old record was 69 and was set way back in 1880 and was tied in 2006.

Middle Tennessee Weather Fact of the Day
On January 9, 1886...One of the coldest days in Nashville's history -- high temperature tops out at 7 degrees, with a low of -8, making for a daily mean value of -1. All three are records.

4 comments:

tncorgi said...

Rain can be a good thing. Otherwise you end up with stuff like THIS: http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/01/09/florida.pileup.ap/index.html
Glad to hear the tornadoes are staying away though.

Anonymous said...

HI,
Just curious, will the storms tomorrow be really bad here? Or will they be worse in southern middle TN?

Baxterwx Admin said...

CWG - just had to pass this on -

This station is part of the MADIS project.

Site MC9317

It's also showing up on Weather underground.


I must have gotten something right! lol

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

I think the STRONGER storms will be south of us...but, we will need to keep an eye out for strong ones here

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