Before we start, I want you all to know the REAL story of Saint Patrick. It is probably NOT what you think...click here to learn much more!
A FOGGY MORN INDEED
This morning's fog will break up between 9 and 10 a.m.
WARM AND SUNNY LATER
We will have an excellent day as highs are expected to be in the upper 60's here in Cookeville and even warmer across the Nashville area. Our next chances for rain arrive Thursday. The weekend ahead looks nice and warm.
*Latest, Local Forecast*
ST. PATRICK'S WEATHER HISTORY
1892...Nashville receives 17" of snow. Even the mailmen don't leave for their round until 10:00 am. A freight train jumps the tracks near Murfreesboro. A small town near Carthage measures 18.7", which is the largest snowfall in Middle Tennessee history
Spring arrives Friday, March 20 @ 6:44 a.m.
This week is National Flood Safety Awareness Week for 2009
March 17th, 2009
Normal High: 60 (Record 79 in 1983)
Normal Low: 36 (Record 16 in 1941)
Last Year: High 65° Low 42°
2.12" of rain in 2002