Sunday, January 11, 2009

Cold Sunday..Interesting Weather Ahead

A little light snow this morning in the Cookeville, TN area.  Rooftops, cars, patio furniture all have just a bit on them.


We awake on this awesome Sunday to find an overcast sky and temperatures below freezing this morning across much of Tennessee.  We will see highs today only in the 30's as the first push of cold air has arrived.  By the end of this week, we'll think of 30's as warm!

There are a couple of good chances of snow in our upcoming seven-day forecast.  The first arrives Monday night into Tuesday.  The next arrives Wednesday night into Thursday and brings with it the polar express!  Lows on Thursday night will be in the single digits for many of us. Chicago's WGN Weather Blog has a great post about the cold air coming.  They've already received another foot of snow!  Our friends at AlabamaWX discuss the upcoming cold snap and use the word 'brutal'.

*Latest, Local Forecast*

With .61" of rain yesterday, our total for January stands at 3.81"
Normal Precipitation for January is 5.10"

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On this date in 1918,
Nashville receives 6 and 1/2 inches of snow!

Cookeville's Daily Almanac (January 11th)
Normal High: 45 (Record: 70 in 1916)
Normal Low: 25 (Record: -7 in 1962)
3.67" of rain fell on this date in 1974
2.5" of snow fell in 1984
We had 4" on the ground in 1973

You may have noticed a couple of changes...
1.  Added the Cookeville Web Camera (live)
2.  Cleaned up around My Weather Station Live
3.  Added a widget to see where people come from
4.  Added Doppler Dale's blog from Huntsville, AL
5.  Big announcement ahead on blog

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