Friday, September 25, 2009

Very Heavy Rain Expected

**FLASH FLOOD WATCH**
A strong cold front will push across Middle Tennessee causing the chance for heavy rains very late on Friday night through Saturday. Areas to the south of I-40 and east of I-65 are under a Flash Flood Watch. See warning map below. We expect Sunday to be a decent day with highs near 80°.



**FALL-LIKE WEATHER TO ARRIVE**
Beyond that, expect another cold front to push through on Monday and bring MUCH COOLER temperatures for Tuesday and Tuesday night. Right now, highs on Tuesday are only expected to be in the middle to upper 60's with lows anticipated to be in the middle 40's by sunrise on Wednesday.


Weather History for This Date
1934-Cut Bank, Montana drops to -4°. It is their coldest temperature ever in September. Heavy snow is reported at Glacier National Park (32").
1942-It is the earliest snowfall on record in Ft. Wayne, IN.
1977-A tornado tears through Cumberland County, TN near Homestead and Dorton. It leaves a 5-mile path of destruction. Thankfully, no one is injured.
2004-Hurricane Jeanne strikes the Florida Gulf Coast, as a Category 3, just 2 miles from where Hurricane Frances came ashore just 3 weeks earlier.


Fun Weather Site of The Day
My youngest daughter and I were recently featured in a news story. Check it out and let me know what you think.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 83° low: 68°
Normal High: 79°
(Record: 94° in 1931)
Normal Low: 53°
(Record: 37° in 1990)
Last Year: 80° and 50°
2.66" of rain fell on this date in 1991
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1 comment:

jacksonweather said...

Great job on the video news story on the flooding Michael! One cute daughter, too!!!

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