Most folks are taking Friday off. Here in Cookeville, expect a mostly sunny day with highs just over the 80° mark. It will be another beautiful day! Overnight, we expect lows, once again, to be in the lower 60's. (we were 61° this morning at daybreak.) On Saturday, rain chances increase...although, we don't think it'll be a complete washout. The best chance for rain is late Saturday night along with the overnight hours and on Sunday. After this storm system gets past us, expect a return to much warmer temperatures and higher humidity readings.
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Weather History for This Date
8.25" on this date in Tullahoma while McMinnville receives 7.37" of rainfall. Both are all-time one day record amounts.
The high in Nashville is 94°, making it the 31st consecutive day of 90+ readings. During this run of hot weather, the average daily high temperature is 97°.
Cookeville's Daily Almanac-
July 3rd, 2009
Yesterday's high: 79° low: 63°, the last time the high was in the 70's was on June 5th.
Normal High: 87°
(Record: 99° in 1925)
Normal Low: 64°
(Record: 50° in 1924)
Last Year: 88° 61°
2.60" of rain fell on this date in 1965
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