Monday, October 5, 2009

Cloudy Monday

A mostly cloudy day is on tap for us across the Cookeville area. This will make our day feel chilly. Much of Tennessee saw rain on Sunday and the leftover clouds will linger around for most us through tonight. Rain chances reenter our forecast for Tuesday and Tuesday night. Temperatures will warm from the mid 60's today up to the middle and upper 70's later this week. Enjoy your Monday!

*Latest Local Forecast*

Weather History for This Date
October 5th
1954-Crossville hits 86° for second straight day.
1995-Remnants of Hurricane Opal drop up to 7.8" of rain in southern Cumberland County and cause flooding in the Sequatchie basin.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 60° low: 46°
Normal High: 75°
(Record: 93° in 1941)
Normal Low: 48°
(Record: 30° in 1987)
Last Year: 80° and 51°
2.12" of rain fell on this date in 1995
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