Thursday, October 16, 2008

Late Night Roundup

Very light rain has fallen since late afternoon here in Cookeville, Tennessee.  We've mostly had mist-type rain this evening with waves of heavier mist.  Checking the handy CoCoRaHS rain gauge, I've got nearly .20"...we'll see what it reads in the morning at the 7 am observation.

Quite a change in weather coming for us for Friday through next week. Temperatures, which earlier this week were near 80° every day, will back off into the mid 60's for Friday and even lower on Saturday (around 61°). We do see a bit of a warm up for Sunday (69°) and Monday (73°) but will go backwards as we continue through the early part of workweek.

Our average high and low this time of year is 71° and 44° respectively.

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Tonight, we focus on some interesting links.  There is something for everyone from falling leaves that are beautiful in color in my home state to a crazy situation concerning what you breathe out and finally, learning about faith.  Enjoy the links below.

Fall Colors in the Smokies link

Incredible story about Obama's plan to declare Carbon Dioxide a pollutant.   Guess they will decide how much you are allowed to exhale.

Excellent story about faith from Barbie Bassett, chief meteorologist at WLBT-TV, the NBC station in Jackson, MS.  I really enjoy her posts.

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