Saturday, September 4, 2010

In The 40's

We dropped all the way to 49° this Saturday morning in Cookeville, Tennessee. It is the first time we've been that cool since May 10th when the low was 41°. Temperatures will warm rapidly in the morning son and we'll see highs in the middle 70's this afternoon. Tonight, expect more chilly temps as lows drop to the upper 40's once again.

Chilly start again for Sunday with highs in the upper 70's, lows Sunday night into Monday morning in the lower 50's, and much warmer highs on Labor Day (Monday) in the upper 80's!

Did you know this morning's low of 49° was 2° short of the record low of 47° set in 1924?

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
This Morning's low: 49.4°
Yesterday's high: 80.9°
Yesterday's low: 59.1°
Normal High: 84°
Record: 103° in 1925
Normal Low: 60°
Record: 47° in 1924
Last Year: 82° and 59°
2.91" of rain fell on this date in 1933
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1 comment:

Unknown said...

i was out in my backyard around 2am looking at Orion, the pleides, and Taurus, and it was actually a little chilly!
football season!!


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