Saturday, July 4, 2009

It Is July 4th

Happy July 4th or Independence Day! 

*Latest Local Forecast*

Thunderstorm chances ramp up overnight thru Sunday as a frontal boundary approaches Middle Tennessee. Be on the lookout for strong thunderstorms, including locally heavy rain, dangerous lightning, strong winds, and large hail.

Weather History for This Date
July 4th
1911-Nashua, New Hampshire records a high temperature of 106°, it is the highest temperature ever recorded for that state. Also, Vernon, Vermont records 105° on this date, the highest temperature ever recorded for that state.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
July 4th
Normal High: 87°
(Record: 98° in 1942)
Normal Low: 64°
(Record: 45° in 1936)
Yesterday's high was 81°, low was 61°
Last Year: 89° and 69°
1.52" rain fell on this date in 1941
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