FLOODING RAINS AHEAD
A Flood Watch is in effect starting tonight through Tuesday night. 2 to 4 inches of rain are possible right here in the Cookeville, TN area. The watch extends all the way into East TN. Higher rainfall amounts are expected in the southeast sections of Middle Tennessee.
*Latest, Local Forecast*
WEST TN WINTRY WEATHER TODAY
Over in West Tennessee, a Winter Weather Advisory has been posted by the Memphis NWS office. More on this from my friends Erik at Memphis WX and Eddie at Jackson (TN) Weather.
NICE RAIN ON SUNDAY
Back here in Cookeville, we recorded 1.06" of rainfall from yesterday's thundershowers and an overnight shower.
We do have snow expected by late Wednesday into Wednesday night and another round possible by the weekend. Not real excited about any accumulations just yet. This is subject to change!
MIDDLE TN WEATHER HISTORY
(Courtesy: Nashville NWS)
On this date in 1924, the barometer climbs to 30.97, highest ever recorded in Nashville. Also, on this date in 1960, heavy snowfall across Middle TN as Crossville records 8", Tullahoma 7.9", and Nashville receives 7.3"...here in Cookeville, we record 7.3" as well.
Cookeville Weather Daily Almanac (January 5th)
Normal High: 45° (Record: 70 in 1955)
Normal Low: 28° (Record: -10 in 1884)
Last Year 55°/42°
2.25" of rain fell on this date in 1950
Yesterday's high of 67°, while warm for January, was 5° off the record of 72° set back in 2004.
looks like were going to be swimming...by wed. :( btw, im in southern rhea i have a feeling my amounts will be higher who knows!
I think you're right...SOUTHEASTERN Middle TN will be ground zero for the most rainfall from the upcoming system.
i think its gonna be bad here in lawrenceburg lots of rain prolly a flood here but do you think were gonna get any snow in lawrenceburg im only 12 years old so im just askin
At some point this winter, I'm sure you all will get some snow. Will it be this week? Possibly, as we have two chances (1 on Wednesday late and then again this weekend).
thanks the one on the weekend looks a lot better for any accumulation at least here anyways thanks a lot. I have posted a few things on my blog check it out sometime if u wanna thanks again
Adam...I'll do that. What is the address of your website?
well thing is im new to this so i dont really know what my website address is can you help me
nevermind its uh http://adam2014.wordpress.com its not much i just want you to see if it looks good for starters cause i want to be a meterologist one day i will add more comment it please.
not good, my whole town is a flood zone. i hope the creek dont break lose like it did during hurricane ivan. 6 inches is alot in 2 days!
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