Thursday, December 31, 2009

New Year's Eve Forecast

WET AND CHILLY: Your New Year's Eve forecast includes a little something for everyone. We'll reach a high of near 50° today before a cold front sweeps through and begins to drop our temperatures. Sprinkles this morning give way to a mostly cloudy sky this afternoon and tonight. You may see an occasional flurry of snow tonight if you're out and about. Lows by sunrise will be in the 20's. A slight chance of snow for New Year's Day and high of only 30°. The 7-day forecast below shows temperatures not getting above 30° from Saturday through Wednesday! Please check your hose connections on your home and make sure pets have proper amounts and food/water each day.

SPEAKING OF COLD: Check this post from Bobby Boyd at Nashville's NWS on the COLDEST New Years ever.

The Wish List: I am working on my wish list for 2010. It will include some personal things as well as some weather toys. Look for MY WISH LIST later today. 

Weather History for This Date
1927 - Nashville goes from a high of 56° the previous day to just 2° today!

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 48° low: 27°
Normal High: 46°
(Record: 71° in 1990)
Normal Low: 26°
(Record: 1° in 1983)
Last Year: 47° and 31°
1.58" of rain fell on this date in 1932
3" of snow fell in 1917
4" was on the ground in 1917

With the .31" measured this morning, we've crossed the 76" mark in precipitation this year. *WOW*
Join me on Facebook and request to be my friend.

Follow me on Twitter. It is a great way to keep up quickly!

Read my latest weather post at website, I am the Nashville Weather Examiner.

No comments:


Member-American Meteorological Society