Friday, August 8, 2008

Excellent Weekend Ahead (It is 8-8-2008)

Happy 8-8-2008!
Temperatures this morning start in the lower 60's for most of us here in Tennessee with a few locations reporting upper 50's.  I think many of us will be in the middle 50's tomorrow morning.  Our weekend ahead is going to be nice with highs mainly in the lower 80's here in Cookeville while low tempertures will be in the 50's.

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Middle TN Weather Facts of The Day...

On August 8, 1930...
The heat wave continues, as Carthage and Lebanon set their all-time record highs with readings of 111 degrees, as does Cookeville, with 105. Clarksville sets a record high for August -- 109 degrees. Other readings include Allardt, 102, Crossville Experiment Station, 99, Dover, 107, Franklin, 104, Lewisburg, 108, McMinnville, 105, Nashville, 104, Tullahoma, 102, and Waynesboro, 104.
On August 8, 2001...
A freak ball of lightning peels the bark off a tree and flashes through the crawl space of a nearby house under construction in Fairview. Two workers are injured.

Checking the National Hurricane Center website, there isn't anything to talk about (tropical wise) in the Atlantic at this time.

Have an excellent day!

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