Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Strong Storms Possible

We are currently watching a developing situation where storms will develop later today and tonight. They have the potential to become strong. NashvilleWX even says we could see damaging winds and a possible tornado from this system. The threat is greater in the southern counties of Middle Tennessee. Be aware of your surroundings and the possibilities for severe weather through tonight. Cool weather on Wednesday with a warm up on Thursday and then storm chances return on Friday.

*Latest Local Forecast*

So far, temperatures in the first week of October are running 6° below normal. September's highs ran nearly 2° below normal.

Weather History for This Date
1910-Nashville receives 2.41" of rain and Crossville hits 86° for second consecutive day.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 64° low: 51°
Normal High: 75°
(Record: 91° in 1941)
Normal Low: 47°
(Record: 30° in 1980)
Last Year: 72° and 54°
1.06" of rain fell on this date in 2001
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