Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Heavy Rains Possible

**Wednesday Morning Notes**
Heavy rainfall is possible over the next couple of days as a slow moving cold front will bring thunderstorms to our area later today. A slight risk of severe weather for Cookeville and Putnam County. Widespread rain and thunderstorms continue Thursday and Thursday night. We could see up to 2" of rain, and possibly more, in many locations.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Weather History for This Date
June 3rd
  • On this date in 1956, Crossville drops to 33°, setting a new low for June.

  • Also on this date in 1995, hail accumulates to a depth of 18" in Selden, Kansas and the temperature falls from 80° to 38° during the incredible weather event.  (thanks to WXHistorian for this history)

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