Monday, December 28, 2009

Cold Day And Week Ahead

Don't forget to vote in our SNOW POLL above!! 


BUNDLE UP AGAIN - Downright chilly today and this week. We start this morning off around 20° with sunshine. Look for a high around just 38°. A persistent, cold wind will make it feel even colder. Clouds move in tonight with a low of 23° and Tuesday looks sunny with highs around 43°. The pattern gets really active Wednesday through the weekend as snow, sleet, cold rain, and accumulating snow are all in our forecast! Jeff Ray at NashvilleWX has a great explanation of the upcoming cold and snow. Enjoy your day and when you get a moment, check out my daughter's photography web site.


Weather History for This Date
1894 - Major cold snap as highs reach just 10° in Nashville after a morning low of 3°.

Fun Weather Story of The Day
A big snowstorm struck the Nashville area back in 1892. To this day, March of 1892 remains the snowiest month in Music City's history.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 46° low: 29°
Normal High: 47°
(Record: 72° in 1982)
Normal Low: 27°
(Record: 1° in 1925)
Last Year: 62° and 34°
2.68" of rain fell on this date in 1942
1" of snow in 1930
6" on the ground in 1967
December has averaged 1° below normal.
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2 comments:

joe mudd said...

i think folks are voting the snow poll with their hearts not their heads. i don't expect any signifigant snow this winter either.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

You are probably right about folks voting with their hearts Jerry!

We are definitely in a cold pattern and if we get the right amount of precipitation combined with the right amount of cold air, a nice snow event is certainly possible!

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