Sunday, January 3, 2010

Snow Storm Later This Week?

BRRRRRRRRRR: Downright cold to start your Sunday morning. Temperatures dropped to the single digits in some locations (like Crossville with 8°). Today's highs will struggle to reach the 20's once again. Yesterday's high here in Cookeville was just 22°. We dropped to 10° this morning just after sunrise. For tonight, expect lows to be even colder...around 5-8° here in Cookeville. Think it is cold here, how about going to the Great Smoky Mountains where it is: -5 Newfound Gap, 6 inches of snow and -5 atop Mt. LeConte, 13 inches of snow

SNOW STORM POSSIBILITIES: We're watching the potential of an accumulating snow event later this week. Forecasting models are beginning to get their act together in regards to the potential of this storm. While I don't go out on the limb to predict amounts, etc. I can tell you there is a good chance of accumulations in the 2-5" range should this pan out. For MUCH MORE INFORMATION on this potential storm, check out Justin Bruce's post at

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Weather History for This Date
2000 - A very spring-like day as temps hit 72° in Nashville and 66° in Crossville.

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Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 22° low: 14°
Normal High: 46°
(Record: 70° in 2006)
Normal Low: 26°
(Record: 2° in 1928)
Last Year: 52° and 36°
2.35" of rain fell on this date in 1992
2" of snow in 1942
4" was on the ground in 1919
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