Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Much Colder Tuesday

It is December 15th and in case you didn't know it, Christmas is just 10 days away. Your eyes aren't deceiving you, I changed the blog colors to a Christmas theme! Enjoy!

BUNDLE UP AGAIN: After we had our nicest day yet of December yesterday as highs hit 62°, temperatures have been falling since 11 pm last evening and will continue their downward trend all day today. By 5 pm, we should be in the 30's. Currently at 7 a.m., it is 48°. Strong northwesterly breezes are bringing in the cooler air. Colder overnight with lows in the middle 20's and highs on Wednesday will only be in the mid 40's. Snow chances possible Friday night through Sunday.

Weather History for This Date
1901 - The high is 42° followed by a low of -2°...an incredible 44° drop!
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 62° low: 46°
Normal High: 50°
(Record: 74° in 1984)
Normal Low: 29°
(Record: 4° in 1917)
Last Year: 60° and 33°
2.11" of rain fell on this date in 1951
1.5" of snow fell in 1916
3" on the ground in 1953
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