Friday, May 14, 2010

Thunderstorm Chances Increase

STRONG WEATHER POSSIBLE: A very nice Friday to start. We do have a cold front back to our west and this will causes storms to fire after lunch today in the Upper Cumberland. Rain amounts will generally be light, but in some storms, we may see as much as an inch. 

REST OF WEEKEND FORECAST: We see a brief break on Saturday as storms will be poised just to our south. The frontal boundary begins to move north on Sunday and showers/thunderstorms will re-fire. 1-2" of rainfall isn't out of the question on Sunday night. Amounts could range up to 4" by the time this system leaves our area. Possible flooding may occur. 

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Cookeville's Daily Almanac 
Yesterday's high: 87.3° 
Yesterday's low: 63.9° 
Normal High: 76° 
Record: 94° in 1896
Normal Low: 51° 
Record: 35° in 1917
Last Year: 77° and 63° 
1.38" of rain fell on this date in 1995
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