Tuesday, March 23, 2010


SHORT, SWEET TITLE: One word for the post today and that is WARMER! Highs on Tuesday will run as much as 15-20° warmer than yesterday! Wednesday's highs will be another 5° or so warmer than today. Warmer weather puts everyone in a much better mood, especially since we're excited about Spring. We do see rain chances for Thursday and Friday with no big cool down on the horizon. Enjoy the WARMER day!

Weather History for This Date
1901 - A 58 mph wind gust is recorded at Nashville

1968 - 10" of snow falls at Springfield, just north of the Music City. It is a their greatest one-day total ever. The same day sees 6" of snow fall here in Cookeville.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 43.6° @ 3:10 pm
Yesterday's low: 34.2° @ 5:24 am
Normal High: 62°
Record: 81° in 1935
Normal Low: 37°
Record: 18° in 1968
Last Year: 72° and 44°
3.33" of rain fell on this date in 1929
6" of snow fell in 1968
4" of snow on the ground in 1968
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