Monday, August 24, 2009

Another Beautiful Morning

**Monday Morning Notes**
Middle and upper 50's are the rule across Middle Tennessee this morning under a clear sky. See the Cookeville web cam by clicking here. Expect highs to reach just 80° this afternoon in the Cookeville area with plenty of sunshine. Temperatures should rise each day this week as we'll see middle 80's on Tuesday and Wednesday and upper 80's by Thursday. Rain chances have been pushed back to Friday. A very nice, late-summer week in store.

*Latest Local Forecast*

**Weather History for This Date**
1876-Nashville receives 2.65" in one day.
1893-A hurricane makes landfall near the present-day JFK airport near New York City
1964-Hurricane Cleo strikes Haiti, killing nearly 200 people.
2007-Official high hits 104° here in Cookeville, check out my post from that day

Fun Weather Site of The Day
Wikipedia has a very nice weather portal that is full of information. Check it out today!

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 73° low: 58°
Normal High: 86°
(Record: 104° in 2007)
Normal Low: 62°
(Record: 50° in 1997)
Last Year: 86° and 68°
1.77" of rain fell on this date in 1958
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