Monday, March 30, 2009

Warm Monday (frosty start)

Take A Jacket This Morning!
We are starting this morning with temperatures just below freezing here in Cookeville.  31° at 5:15 a.m., but has now risen 1° as I am posting. Look for highs this afternoon to reach 64° under bright, sunny skies!
The rest of week has under in a rainy pattern once again as we expect rain to fall on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

*Latest, Local Forecast*

Weather History for This Date
1960-An F2 tornado rips through Lewisburg, on the ground for nearly 8 miles
1938-Tornado destroys home in Edwardsville, IL..on the same site where another home was destroyed in 1883...

Speaking of tornadoes, an EF-1 was confirmed in Cheatham County, just west of Nashville on Saturday.

Fun Weather Site of The Day
Dan's Wild Weather Journal is an interesting website that I discovered recently.  His unique writings about weather phenomenon is quite different.  Take a look, I'm sure you'll love his website!

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
March 30th
Normal High: 64°  (Record: 82° in 1998)
Normal Low: 39°  (Record: 20° in 1964)
Last Year: Hi: 62° Lo 51°
2.80" of rain recorded this date in 1976
2" of snow fell on this day in 1915

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