Thursday, January 17, 2008

Thursday Forecast & Web Cams


After some exciting moments last evening with snow and sleet falling, we wake up this morning and it is mostly GONE! Temperatures rose overnight which aided in the melting of the frozen precipitation. Sorry kids...

Click on the links to the right for our latest, local forecast...

We are watching an impulse that'll come through this evening and might produce some snow flurries...then another will come through on Friday night as well...this one could produce a little more snow. Stay tuned.


I've got a couple of sites this morning from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. These are webcams that show the snow up there!





Another from Mammoth Cave in KY..click here


The last one is from Washington, DC...a pretty cool shot...click here

8 comments:

russwall said...

Man, that was close.
Maybe next time.

Russell

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

yep Russell...it was very, very close...

Dewdrop said...

Snow today, gone tomorrow? Sorry your snow is almost gone. Great coverage of the event.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

thanks dew...we've got a possibility of more on the way...we'll keep an eye on it!

Daniel said...

As usual, it was only a couple of degrees off. It rained pretty hard for quite some time after the temperature rose into the mid-30s. If only a few degrees colder, we would have had several inches.

tncorgi said...

Bummer that the Smoky Mountain cams seem to be unavailable. Hopefully the Plateau will get another chance at some white stuff soon and that it'll stick.

Matt from Algood said...

mike, how much snow do you think the cookeville area will see by noon saturday?

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Matt...I'm thinking most flurries....at this point!

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