Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Rain Possible Today, Nice Weekend Coming Up

Look for a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms today with a high around 76° in Cookeville, warmer toward the Nashville area with highs around 80°. On Thursday, temperatures will warm a few more degrees with a few showers and storms again. Expect a very nice weekend with partly sunny skies on Friday and Saturday with a high around 81°.

Weather History for This Date
1954-A very dry air mass produces some interesting temperature variances across Middle TN. In Crossville, the morning low is a cold, 44° while the daytime high hits 90° (only 2 degrees off the record). In Nashville, they have a range of 40° between the low of 55° and high of 95°.
1961-Denver, Colorado measures 4.2" of snow, the earliest measurable snow for the Mile High City ever.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 79° low: 55°
Normal High: 85°
(Record: 98° in 1925)
Normal Low: 61°
(Record: 44° in 1987)
Last Year: 88° and 70°
2.00" of rain fell on this date in 1916.
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