Monday, July 27, 2009

More Rain On The Way

**Monday Morning Notes**
While many of us are saying 'enough already', be prepared even more rain to fall later this week. For today and Tuesday, expect mostly dry conditions with highs in the middle 80's. By Wednesday, we enter a rain-filled pattern with good chances each day. Some of these showers and storms could reach severe storm limits.  One forecasting model is projecting more than 2" of rain by the end of this week.

Sunday's storms ran mostly to our north and south. One station near our airport reported 1.96" of rain yesterday. Western sections of Putnam County measured around 3/4 of an inch. We saw just .13 here in northeast Cookeville. High temperatures through 27 days of this month are running 5.5° BELOW normal.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Weather History for This Date
1952-Nashville hits 107° while Clarksville records 110°, both all-time highs.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac 
July 27th
Yesterday's high: 82° low: 68°
Normal High: 88°
(Record: 101° in 1930)
Normal Low: 65°
(Record: 53° in 1962)
Last Year: 90° and 69°
3.23" of rain fell on this date in 1984
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