Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Cold Night, Then Fun Begins!

We'll be very cold again tonight....temperatures across Middle Tennessee are in the mid 20's at 9:20 pm. Looks like 18-20° will be the right call for the Cookeville and Northern Cumberland Plateau area. According to the NWS-Nashville, some high clouds are slipping in from the low forming in the gulf and affect our weather for Wednesday night into Thursday.

At this point, the call is for Snow and Sleet overnight Wednesday turning back into all rain on Thursday. That is what I call a BUMMER! :) Let's hope the call is wrong and we stay all snow.

Tuesday Night Links:
NWS-Nashville, TN
Forecast Discussion
Our latest, local forecast
Alabama WX
Nashville WX
Tennessee WX

Middle TN Weather Fact of the Day...(I like this one because I remember it vividly)
On January 15, 1978...The high temperature at Nashville reaches just 28 degrees. This is the 7th consecutive day in which temperatures have remained below freezing, tying a record. During this stretch, the temperature has never risen above 31 degrees, nor fallen below 7 degrees. (A pond near my home is so frozen over that we would ride sleds and ice skate on it)

Special Weather Statement issued for East TN

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