Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Sunshine Today

SUNSHINE COMING: The sun makes a return appearance here in Cookeville today, but highs will only reach the lower to mid 40's. Clear tonight with a low of around 24° and warmer with sunshine on Thursday, high of 51°. We are still watching a potential snow event for the weekend. Forecasting models still show a possibility of the white stuff and I'll keep my eye on it and keep you informed.

BIG EASY RAINS: Jeff Ray, over at NashvilleWX (part of WKRN-Channel 2) notes that New Orleans has had more than 22" of rain just halfway through the month of December!

Weather History for This Date
2000 - A tornado touches down in Lincoln County in Southern Middle Tennessee. No one is injured.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 53° (at midnight) low: 28°
Normal High: 49°
(Record: 74° in 1984)
Normal Low: 28°
(Record: 1° in 1989)
Last Year: 51° and 31°
1.55" of rain fell on this date in 1982
1" of snow fell on this date in 1927
1" was on the ground in 1927 and 1953
We are 2+° below normal so far in December.
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