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**FRIDAY MORNING NOTES**
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*
**DID YOU KNOW**
...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
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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