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A rainy pattern returns over the next three days with the best chances coming on Thursday. The Hazardous Weather Outlook says we may see some strong-to-severe storms both Thursday and Thursday night.
More than 98 low-temperature records were either tied or broken on July 14th. Some had stood for many years. For instance, here is a record from Michigan (Stambaugh) where temperatures dropped to 37°...is this really July? In Texas, they are dealing with record heat as highs were in the triple digits in several locations.
Weather History for This Date
1643-Gov. John Winthrop recorded an account of 'the Sudden Wind Gust of 1643,' a windstorm that blew down numerous trees as it struck the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
1916-Tremendous rains from a hurricane cause 22.22" to be recorded in Altapass, NC, a single-day record that still stands.
1966-One person is injured in Columbia, TN when an F1 tornado strikes
Fun Weather Site of The Day
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 88° low: 61°
Normal High: 88°
(Record: 99° in 1966)
Normal Low: 65°
(Record: 44° in 1938)
Last Year: 84° and 60°
1.51" of rain fell on this date in 2005
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