*Tuesday Morning Notes*
We wake-up on this Tuesday morning with an overcast day ahead. I had 1.23" of rain in my CoCoRaHS rain gauge. This brings our April total to 5.09"...our highs are only expected to reach the middle 50's today. Sunshine is expected to return on Wednesday and we won't see any strong weather for the next few days.
*Latest, Local Forecast*
Weather History for This Date
1922-An F2 tornado strikes Wilson and Smith counties, injuring 8 people near New Middleton.
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Normal High: 66° (Record: 83° in 2006)
Normal Low: 44° (Record: 24° in 1962)
Last Year's high was 44°, low was 36°
Sunrise: 6:08 a.m.
Sunset: 7:13 p.m.
The NWS-NASHVILLE has the latest Good Friday tornado surveys online from Murfreesboro, just east of Cookeville in Putnam County, along with Sumner, Houston, Humpheries, Benton, and Cumberland Counties Included are more than 200 photographs.
The Putnam County tornado proves the "tornados can't climb mountains" thing is a myth. According to the path they have, it must have went straight up a rock-faced cliff (the side of the plateau) that is at least six hundred feet high.
Also, they seem to be calling Johnson Baptist Church "Bethel Church", but I guess that's excusable as it is on Bethel Road.
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