Monday, November 24, 2008

Rain All Day

We wake up on this Monday morning to rain falling across Tennessee. 

*Latest Radar Images*

Expect rain to continue all of today and lighten up for tonight.  Only a slight chance for flurries tomorrow and those flurries will be confined to the eastern plateau area.  Tuesday temperatures will be cold.

For the rest of Thanksgiving week, sunny on Wednesday with a high near 50, sunny again Thursday (Thanksgiving) with highs in the 50's and then rain returns Thanksgiving night and rain for your shopping trips on Black Friday.

*Latest, Local Forecast*

November 24 Weather Almanac
**Cookeville, TN**
Normal High:  56° Record: 74 in 1931
Normal Low:  37° Record: 3 in 1950
Last Year: 45 and 26
7.2" of snow recorded in Cookeville in 1950.
1.31" of rain in 1902

So far in November, temperatures are averaging nearly three degrees BELOW normal while precipitation is running 2.3" behind.

On this date in 1950, Nashville records it's greatest snowfall ever for the month of November as 7.2" is recorded.

Finally, your fun weather site of the day comes to us billed as "World's Worst Weather"...Mount Washington, N.H.  Check it out and let me know what you think.

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