Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Cold and Snow Facts (Historical Day)

Let's start out with this day in history.
On January 21st, 1985..Cookeville records it's lowest temperature ever as our low drops to -22°....we never go into positive numbers as the high reaches just -8°...

Other record lows on this date in 1985 include
Allardt (-27), 
Carthage (-17), 
Celina (-20), 
Centerville (-26), 
Columbia (-20), 
Cookeville (-22), 
Crossville (-21), 
Crossville (Experiment Station) (-25), 
Dickson (-23), 
Franklin (-21), 
Lebanon (3 W) (-20), 
Lewisburg (-20), 
Livingston (-25), 
Monteagle (-20)
Mount Pleasant (-17), 
Neapolis (-23), 
Shelbyville (-20), 
Smithville (-24), 
Woodbury (-28). 

I've been looking over some snowfall amounts in Tennessee and found the following measurements.  Mount LeConte has 9", other locations in the Smokies are: Sugarlands Visitor Center has 3", Newfound Gap  and Cades Cove both with 4".  Erwin in Unicoi County is reporting 6", while Washburn in Grainger County has 2.6".  Here in Cookeville, we have 1" and a station just to our east in Monterey has 1.8"....

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Putnam County schools are closed for Thursday...


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