***5 PM UPDATE***
Several things to go over. Tonight's forecast has been changed. The Freezing Fog has been removed and replaced with a chance for flurries (albeit, slight at 20%). Cold with a low in the upper 20's. The next thing is you have a chance (IF YOU HURRY) to win ADOBE'S Lightroom 2 or ADOBE's Photoshop Elements. Both are fantastic pieces of software. Lightroom is being given away by MckMama at her web site while Grammie is giving away Photoshop. ****Too Cool***** Check out their web sites to enter. Drawing will be held by MckMama tonight, so hurry up!
Finally, check out the snow measurements from the Smoky Mountains by going to the AlabamaWX web site!
SUNDAY'S FORECAST: A mostly cloudy day for the Cookeville area with a high of 38°. Beautiful snow all around this morning with temps hovering in the lower 30's. For the most part, roads were fine overnight. Watch out this evening for FREEZING FOG (shown at left) as low-level moisture remains high and temps will drop below freezing under a clear sky. Upper Cumberland Snow Reports from NWS-Nashville.
TRINITY ASSEMBLY: Today is Sunday, if you don't have a church home or are unable to get to your church today, feel free to join us at Trinity Assembly's LIVE service online at 8:30 am and 10:30 am TODAY! Also, we are having a Christmas Communion Service on Wednesday night, December 23rd. Come, bring your family (if you have them) and join us at 7 pm. You will enjoy it.
Weather History for This Date
On this date in 1926, Nashville receives more than 2" of rain and has a 2-day stretch of more than 5.5".
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Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 38° low: 29°
Normal High: 48°
(Record: 68° in 2008)
Normal Low: 28°
(Record: 2° in 1963)
1.29" of rain fell on this date in 1957
2.0" of snow in 1973
2" on ground in 2004
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