**MONDAY MORNING NOTES**
It is Monday and I'm back from vacation. Hard to believe it is over. Time goes by quickly. It is nice, though, to be back in the saddle. Feel free to 'friend' me over at Facebook. Let me know you saw that on my Weather Guy website. Back to weather, expect a slight chance for thunderstorms today. Dry and hot on Tuesday and Wednesday. Storm chances return for Thursday and Friday.
Long list of storm damage reports from yesterday (July 12th)
*Latest Local Forecast*
Weather History for This Date
2004-A 67 mph wind gust is measured at Nashville's International Airport during a thunderstorm.
1895-Three tornadoes tear through Hoboken, Harlem, and Queens in New York City. One person is killed. If it were to happen today, it would be a major disaster and many could lose their lives.
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
July 13, 2009
.62" in my rain gauge this morning
Yesterday's high: 87° low: 67°
Normal High: 88°
(Record: 102° in 1936)
Normal Low: 65°
(Record: 53° in 1945)
Last Year: 81° 68°
2.45" of rain fell on this date in 1915
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Hey Michael, welcome back to Cookeville! We tried to save all the really good weather events just for you.
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