**Love This Weather**
Cooler temperatures combined with lower humidity will make the next 4-5 days feel great. Morning lows will be down around 60° around sunrise with afternoon highs in the mid 80's. Much different than the 100° heat index readings we've seen. Enjoy the break as July is just around the corner and will bring very hot weather again.
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Weather History for This Date
1879-The Mississippi River Commission was established to control the flow and floods. What ensued were levees and more flooding. Google it sometime and read up on the history.
1930-Lewisburg hits 110° while Hohewald hits 108°, both all-time records
1952-Temperatures hit 110° at Smithville and 108° at Waynesboro, both all-time records
Fun Weather Site of The Day
USA TODAY has an excellent web page of Atmospheric Science Resources. It is our FWSOTD. Things like 'how the sun drives our weather, wind and air pressure, storms and fronts' along with so much more. Check it out today.
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 89° low: 68° (heat index reached 99° just after 12 noon)
Normal High: 86°
(Record: 102° in 1936)
Normal Low: 64°
(Record: 53° in 1992)
Last Year: 82° and 68°
5.21" of rain fell on this date in 1928
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