Monday, November 3, 2008

Another Beautiful Day! (Record Snow 11/3)

As you can see from our Cookeville webcam, it'll be another beautiful day for our Monday here in Middle Tennessee.  Temperatures will return, once again, to the 70's this afternoon under bright, sunny skies.  We will repeat this scene on Election Day (Tuesday)again on Wednesday and Thursday.  Big changes are on tap for Friday on into the weekend.  But, we'll wait to talk about that until we get a few days closer.

*Latest, Local Forecast*

On this date back in 1966, we measure our greatest one-day total of snowfall ever with 15.2 inches.  Just to our north, Livingston measures 10.5" while Jamestown has 11", Monterey 10", Crossville gets 8 inches.   

November 3, 2008
Normal High: 64°
Normal Low: 39°
Record High: 83° (2003)
Record Low: 22° (1966)
Record Rainfall: 1.54" in 1945

November typically averages just .3" of snow for us according to records kept the last 30 years.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

here in bemis, tn. we only got 1/2 inch on nov. 2, 1952. our earliest snowfall on record.


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