Rain will be sticking with us over the next few days. Already recorded .32" overnight from the current system. Some locations in West Tennessee have more than 2.5" in their rain gauges this morning. We're continuing to monitor a potentially developing situation for Friday night and Saturday which may result in some severe weather for Middle Tennessee.
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Weather History for This Date
2000-Baseball sized hail is reported just west of Nashville in Kingston Springs
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Cookeville's Daily Almanac
March 25, 2009
Normal High: 63° (Record: 87° in 1929)
Normal Low: 38° (Record: 11° in 1940)
Last Year: 59.8° was the high and 25.6° the low
1.74" of rain recorded on this date in 1929
So far for March, temperatures are running near normal.