Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The Big Change is Coming

A big change in our weather for today through most of the rest of this week.  We've entered a rainy pattern and current indications are for about a 50/50 shot for the next several days.  I don't see any severe chances right now.

Weather History for This Date
April 28, 2003...A tornado at the Pocatello, ID airport causes plane to wait and watch!
On April 28, 1989...

Temperature at Nashville reaches 91 for the 2nd consecutive day.

On April 28, 2002...
Severe thunderstorms produce widespread wind damage and large hail across Middle Tennessee. An F3 tornado touches down at 734 AM in Rutherford County, about 8 miles southeast of Murfreesboro, injuring 20, and damaging 10-15 homes. In southeast Maury County, a two-story home is destroyed by fire following a lightning strike.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Normal High: 72° (Record: 92° in 1896)
Normal Low: 46° (Record: 32° in 1988)
Last Year: 62° and 42°
2.42" of rain was measured on this date in 1929

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