Wednesday, December 2, 2009

POST #1500

MILESTONE REACHED: Hard to believe when I started this weather blog nearly three years ago that it would grown into what it is today. This is the 1500th post. Thanks for being a part of it!

COLD, RAIN, and WIND: We've had .60" of rain overnight here in Cookeville. The most I've seen is just under an inch down toward the Chattanooga metro area. Rain continuing off and on today with a high around 53°. Rain continues tonight, low 38°. Then, we get stuck in a much-below normal pattern with highs on Thursday and Friday in the middle 40's and only in the 30's for Saturday. A chance of snow for Friday night into Saturday. There is a wind advisory today for the Cookeville and Putnam County area.

FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: The Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletics Association (TSSAA) will hold their annual Blue Cross Bowl Football Championships on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at Tennessee Tech University right here in Cookeville. Our town is excited to host the 16 teams and their fans vying for state football titles in their respective divisions! See Cookeville Champions web site for tickets, times, and more information. 

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 54° low: 28°
Normal High: 54°
(Record: 71° in 1982)
Normal Low: 32°
(Record: 14° in 1924)
Last Year: 41° and 29°
1.40" of rain fell on this date in 1922
2.5" of snow fell here in 1974
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1 comment:

Meteorologist Erik Proseus said...

Congrats on the milestone, Michael! Here's to 1500 more!



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