Friday, October 9, 2009

Strong Storms Possible

Strong storms are possible later today in Cookeville and surrounding areas. A potent cold front is moving toward our area. Ahead of it, we are under the influence of a strong, southerly flow. Moisture is streaming up from the Gulf. When the cold front and this warm are collide, the potential for strong to severe weather exists. Look for a warm day today with highs in the upper 70's. Thunderstorms develop after lunch. Thunderstorms likely tonight through midnight with lows around 56°. High of only 62° on Saturday with light rain. It will be a wet, mostly cloudy, and bleak Saturday. Sunshine returns on Sunday with a high of 67°. Keep an eye to the sky today!

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