Friday, July 24, 2009

Rain Early, Then Nice

Good news, our internet service is back up and running. Apparently, the modem was fried. The technician replaced the modem, updated the settings, and now we're good to go. My apologies to those of you who count on MY WEATHER STATION LIVE. It is now running just fine.

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Slight chances for rain this morning across Middle Tennessee. Once the rain moves eastward, the rest of our day will be beautiful. Expect highs around 83° with light WSW winds. Overnight lows in the middle 60's and a chance for rain Saturday with highs in the upper 80's. Rain chances increase for Saturday night and Sunday. No part of the forecast is a complete wash-out. With the exception of an occasional showers, your outdoor plans will be fine.

*Latest Local Forecast*

...We are running 5.6° below normal through the first 23 days of July
...Nashville is nearly 4° below normal
...Crossville is more than 5° below normal
...Monterey's (TN) average high for July has been just 79°

Weather History for This Date
1957-Sparta records it's greatest one-day rainfall total ever with 6.10"
1999-A Livingston farmer is touching a fence that is struck by lightning. A neighbor performs CPR, farmer is taken to hospital and survives.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac 
July 24th
Yesterday's high: 80° low: 65°
Normal High: 88°
Normal Low: 66°
Record High: 100° in 1934
Record Low: 55° in 1915
Last Year: 84° and 58°
1.62" of rain fell on this date in 1960
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