Monday, August 31, 2009

No Complaints Monday

It is in the lower to mid 50's across the Middle Tennessee area this morning. Saw a 51° reading in McMinnville at 7 a.m. As the last day of August, this marks the end of meteorological summer. It really feels like Fall across the region. Expect middle 70's here in Cookeville today with temperatures rising throughout the week to around 80° by Thursday and Friday with only a slight chance for rain.

**Weather History for This Date**
2005-Remnants of Hurricane Katrina move across Middle TN. Clarksville, Crossville, and Nashville all record wind gusts of more than 40 mph. Nashville receives 1.97" of rain while Clarksville sees 2.02".

**Fun Weather Site of The Day**
Interested in weather? Here is a great place to start..the homepage for NOAA Weather

**Cookeville's Daily Almanac**
Yesterday's high: 78° low: 59°
Normal High: 85°
(Record: 98° in 1943)
Normal Low: 60°
(Record: 43° in 1946)
Last Year: 89° and 67°
3.09" of rain fell on this date in 1982
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