Sunday, April 18, 2010

Cool and Sunny Sunday

COOLER THAN NORMAL: After several days of much warmer than normal temps, we're looking at a cooler than normal day on Sunday with highs around 65° under a bright, sun-filled sky! We dropped to 35° earlier this morning and expect to be back in the 30's once again by Monday morning. I do, however, see a nice warming trend for the upcoming workweek with very little chances of rain.

SUNDAY CHURCH: How about joining us at Trinity Assembly in Algood today for our 10:30 am (CDT) service. If you're local and don't have a church home, you can find us at 201 West Wall Street. If you're out of this area, we can be found LIVE on the web.

Weather History for This Date
April 18, 1877 -
A tornado touches down 1 mile south of Newburg, in Lewis County, and travels for 40 miles, finally lifting at La Vergne. The twister kills 10, and injures another 50. A second tornado, possibly associated with the same thunderstorm, touches down 3 miles northwest of Lebanon, and travels another 15 miles to near Hartsville. This second twister is rated an F2.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
This Morning's Low: 34.5°
Yesterday's high: 69.1°
Yesterday's low: 45.5°
Normal High: 69°
Record: 92° in 1896
Normal Low: 43°
Record: 28° in 2001
Last Year: 75° and 39°
1.49" of rain fell on this date in 1940
1.0" of snow fell in 1983
1" of snow on the ground in 1983
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