Thursday, June 11, 2009

Thunder This Morning, More Rain Later

**Thursday's Notes**
Another very warm and muggy day ahead. Good to see some rain falling from the sky this morning. We currently have .05" in the CoCoRaHS rain gauge! Expect more showers and thunderstorms to develop throughout the day. Expect much of the same for tomorrow, too. Storms chances stick with us through the weekend.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Weather History for This Date
On this date in 2003, Nashville breaks a streak of 22 consecutive days of below normal temperatures.

On this date in 2001, Tropical Storm Allison pounds the Houston, TX area with up to 4" of rain PER HOUR. By the time it is over, the Port of Houston measured 36.99" of rain!

On this date in 1977, Los Angeles hits 112°, it is the hottest ever (although, official NWS records didn't start being kept until 20 days later).

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Normal High: 83°
(Record: 95° in 1925)
Normal Low: 60°
(Record: 41° in 1988)
Last Year: 92° and 66°
4.24" of rain measured on this date in 1998
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