Monday, December 14, 2009

Warmer Day Ahead; Colder Rest of Week

NICE TODAY, BUT: We will warm to near 60° this afternoon under a mostly cloudy sky. Slight rain chances for tonight and Tuesday with cold weather returning by Tuesday evening. The rest of the week will be very cool and dry with temperatures running below normal.

RAINFALL: With another .06" in the CoCoRaHS rain gauge, it gives us 3.75" for the month of December and 74.05" for 2009, it is only the 3rd time ever Cookeville has recorded 74"+ of rain.

Weather History for This Date
1951 - Nashville receives 2.51" of rain!

Fun Weather Site of The Day
From the Office of Climate, Water, and Weather Resources at NOAA is an interesting web site on WIND CHILL. It is today's Fun Weather Site of The Day!

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 51° low: 44°
Normal High: 50°
(Record: 71° in 1984)
Normal Low: 29°
(Record: -13° in 1962)
Last Year: 55° and 36°
1.85" of rain fell on this date in 2000
2.8" of snow in 1953
3" on the ground in 1953
So far in December, temperatures are running about 5° BELOW normal

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1 comment:

tncorgi said...

Egad! 64 degrees at 3:00, according to Arthur Mometer out here by Pippin Road. Think I'll fire up the barbecue!


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