Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Hot Again With Possible Storms

Watch for big storms today in some locations as we'll see highs around 90°. The remnants of Tropical Storm Bonnie continue to affect our area. With very little in the way of upper level winds, many of these storms will move very slowly causing some locations to have flooding-type conditions. Heat Index readings will push 100° once again.

An apparent weak tornado spun up around 7 pm last evening in the north Nashville area. One tractor-trailer was overturned and as many as 15 homes were damaged in the Brick Church Pike area. The Nashville office of the National Weather Service will be out this morning surveying damage to determine just what happened.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 92.2°
Yesterday's low: 74.7°
Normal High: 88°
Record: 101° in 1930  
Normal Low: 65°
Record: 53° in 1962
Last Year: 81° and 65°
3.23" of rain fell on this date in 1984
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