Friday, September 3, 2010

Labor Day Forecast (Cool)

After a bit of a break, the Weather Guy is back. We're in the 70's (with sunshine) this morning across Cookeville and the Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee. Expect highs to reach 85° before we start falling as an approaching cold front will bring Autumn-like conditions. Not much rain is associated with this front. Expect falling temperatures late this afternoon with much cooler and drier air behind the front.

40's possible by Sunday morning:
Gradually clearing skies tonight with lows in the middle 50's. Sunny and cool on Saturday with highs only in the middle 70's. Saturday night will be quite chilly and we may even see some upper 40's by Sunday (record is 46°) at daybreak. Warmer during the day Sunday with highs near 80° and a warming trend starts on Monday, which is Labor Day, with highs in the middle 80's.

Cookeville's Daily Almanac-
Sept 3rd, 2010 
Yesterday's high: 90.0°
Yesterday's low: 62.8°
Normal High: 84°
Record: 101° in 1925
Normal Low: 60°
Record: 44° in 1987
Last Year: 80° and 61°
2.34" of rain fell on this date in 2003
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