Sunday, July 26, 2009

Sunday Morning Forecast (More Storms)

Quite a rainstorm this morning before dawn across the Cookeville area. Radar, at 7:25 a.m., shows several lines of storms rumbling through Tennessee. We have a 50/50 shot of storms the rest of the day. Storm chances will be off and on through the next 5 days.

Speaking of rain, we've recorded another 1.20" this morning, giving us 8.04" for July. Normally, we average 4.73" during this month. For the year, we stand at 41.69"...typically by the end of July, we've recorded you can see we are nearly 8" ahead of normal.

Weather History for This Date
On this date in 1952, Nashville hits 103° as an unusally dry air mass is in place. Because the air is so dry, the morning low is 63°, an incredible 40-degree difference.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
July 26th
Yesterday's high: 89° low: 64°
Normal High: 88°
(Record: 96° in 1966)
Normal Low: 65°
(Record: 55° in 1924)
Last Year: 85° and 70°
4.14" rain fell on this date in 1973
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