Friday, June 4, 2010

Friday and Weekend Forecast

I'm certainly not complaining about our run of weather recently. We've seen back-to-back 90 degree days along with above average rainfall for May and the first couple of days of June. The last time we saw highs 'only' in the 70's was way back on May 19th. Here's our summary of the forecast, highs in the 80's with a chance of showers and thunderstorms each day through the middle of next week. Details are below in the latest, local forecast.

Cookeville Children's Museum:
It was an honor to speak to a group of kids at the Cookeville Children's Museum. It is a fascinating place and a big THANK YOU to Susan and her staff for allowing me to be there. We focused (mainly) on lightning safety, but discussed all sorts of weather topics. The kids were awesome and had many excellent questions.  

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 89.7° (2nd day in a row)
Yesterday's low: 62.7°
.03" of rain was measured in last 24 hours at 7 a.m.

Normal High: 83°
Record: 99° in 1911
Normal Low: 62°
Record: 48° in 1888
Last Year: 72° and 59°
3.41" of rain fell on this date in 1998

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