Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Rain Coming Again

More rain is coming in what has already been a wet October and a wet 2009. Once the rain arrives during the late morning/early afternoon hours, expect it to stick with us throughout the day and into the evening. Temperatures start out on the cool side just before daybreak (at 50°) and will only warm to around 58° by this afternoon. Expect more rain tonight with a low of 51°. Sunshine returns for Wednesday and Thursday with highs of 67° and 71° respectively. Rain, with possibly strong to severe storms, returns on Friday. We'll have more updates on that system as we get closer to the end of the week. Enjoy your day!

Weather History for This Date
1843-A freak, early season snowstorm hits Mississippi with snow, sleet, and freezing temperatures. A hard freeze followed the storm.
1988-Nashville's low was 29° followed by an afternoon high of 72°, an incredible 43° difference.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 67° low: 38°
Normal High: 67°
(Record: 92° in 1941)
Normal Low: 40°
(Record: 25° in 1961)
Last Year: 52° and 38°
.79" of rain fell on this date in 1981
So far in October, we are 6° below our normal high temperature.
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