Monday, April 13, 2009
Strong Storms Possible
Our Monday weather is headlined by a SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT. Moderate to severe storms are possible again today. I don't think we'll see the widespread outbreak of storms like Good Friday. That being said, you'll want to keep an eye on the weather.
*Latest, Local Forecast*
Weather History for This Date
2006-17 tornadoes strike in a single county and all in one day. Muscatine County, Iowa is the unlucky county with that distinction.
1950-A cold outbreak in Nashville produces the lowest high and low for this date ever as temperatures hit just 42° for the high while the low is 27°.
Fun Weather Site of The Day
Hurricane season will be upon us soon (June) and I wanted to take a moment and feature the National Hurricane Center's website as the FWSOTD. Wikipedia has a great entry on the history of NHC.
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Normal High: 66° (Record: 83° in 1977)
Normal Low: 43° (Record: 28° in 1990 )
Last Year: High: 44° Low: 38°
Sunrise 6:09 a.m.
Sunset 7:12 p.m.
Moon: 85% (rises 11:43 pm and sets at 8:21 am)