Monday, March 8, 2010

Warm Monday; Rain Chances Rest of Week

Happy Birthday on Sunday to: My friendsDavid and Susan's daughter, Hannah, who turned 13! Welcome to the club of having a teenager! 

ANOTHER DAY IN THE 60's: Expect partly sunny skies across much of Middle Tennessee today with high temperatures topping out in the 60's for the second day in a row. We hit 61° on Sunday and expect it to be a couple degrees warmer today. Rain enters the picture for Tuesday through the rest of the week. The great news, however, is we'll be warm each day with highs generally in the lower to middle 60's.

Weather History for This Date
March 8, 1998 - An F0 strikes Maury County (near Columbia) with no injuries reported.

Daily Weather Story
The warmth and upcoming rain are the two big stories today. We'll be unseasonably mild all week long with an isolated storm chance on Wednesday and Thursday.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 60.6° @ 12:12 pm
Yesterday's low: 24.1° @ 3:43 am
Normal High: 57°
Record: 81° in 2000
Normal Low: 33°
Record: 11° in 1996
Last Year: 73° and 45°
2.52" of rain fell on this date in 1961
2.5" of snow fell in 1957
2" of snow on the ground in 2008
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