Sunday, March 21, 2010

Rainy Sunday; Turning Much Colder

RAIN COMETH: Welcome to Day 2 of Spring! Showers are poised to move into the Cookeville area this morning before lunch. The latest RADAR shows the bands of rain just to our west at 8:30 am. I expect the rain to be with us most of the day today. Much colder air will move in overnight with a possibility of a rain/snow mix during the overnight hours. The rain/snow mix continues on Monday as temperatures will struggle to reach 40° for highs. Looking at the rest of the upcoming work week, we see warmer temperatures by midweek with highs in the 60's by Wednesday. Enjoy your Sunday.

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Weather History for This Date
1907 - High temperature reaches 89° in Nashville. This is a record for March.

1932 - Tornadoes kill at least 7 people across Middle TN.

1955 - Columbia, TN receives 5.75" of rain, most ever in one day

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 70.2° at 1:26 pm
Yesterday's low: 37.9° at 5:53 am
Normal High: 61°
Record: 84° in 1921
Normal Low: 37°
Record: 14° in 1965
Last Year: 56° and 27°
3.68" of rain fell on this date in 1980
2.5" of snow fell in 1996
4" of snow on the ground in 1996
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