POST #1700: More about that later, let's look at the forecast first. Another cloudy, cool day on tap with highs expected to be a few more degrees warmer today than on Monday, look for a high of 52°. Cold tonight with a low of 41°. Slight chances of a shower or two for St. Patty's Day with a high of 55°. Then, we start to see sunshine with a decent warm-up on Thursday and Friday as we'll see highs of 62° and 66° respectively. Weekend highs in the 60's with chances of rain showers and possible thunderstorms. This is post #1700 for the Weather Guy blog. Hard to believe where this started and where it is today. Thank-you for the support!
Weather History for This Date
1942 - Tornadoes strike several different areas of Middle TN as at least 9 people are killed and more than 100 are injured.
1973 - Rain strikes southern Middle TN give Fayetteville and Coldwater their greatest one-day rain totals on record with 6.70" and 6.62" respectively.
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Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 45.3°
Yesterday's low: 40.4°
Normal High: 60°
Record: 79° in 1984
Normal Low: 35°
Record: 5° in 1993
Last Year: 60° and 48°
2.55" of rain fell on this date in 1973
4" of snow fell in 1915
2" of snow on the ground in 1993
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