Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Cold Start; Changes Coming

VERY COLD THIS MORNING: Temperatures across Middle Tennessee are in the mid to upper 20's this morning. The coldest spot is McMinnville (down in Warren County) at 22°. Expect a nice day ahead with a high of 55°. A chance of rain (about 50%) tonight, low 41°, rain all day on Wednesday (100% chance), high 51° with rain continuing Wednesday night, low 36° and a rain/snow mix on Thursday with near steady temperatures.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK: For the upcoming Blue Cross Bowl, the Tennessee State High School Football Championships being held here in Cookeville, you can expect cold weather for Thursday's, Friday's, and Saturday's games with slight snow chances on Friday night and Saturday. Come on out and enjoy the best high school football teams in our state compete for their respective state titles!

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 52° low: 39°
Normal High: 54°
(Record: 75° in 1970)
Normal Low: 32°
(Record: 10° in 1976)
Last Year: 37° and 33°
3.06" of rain fell on this date in 1996
.3" of snow fell on this date in 1974
1" was on the ground in 1952
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