Sunday, November 14, 2010

Big Weather Changes

So long to the 70's. Showers before noon today with highs only reaching the middle 50's later today. That is 15-20° cooler than from this past week. Expect rain chances to start up again on Monday and continuing through Thursday except on Wednesday where we may just see some sunshine. Highs will mainly be from the lower 50's to around 60° with lows from the upper 30's to lower 40's.

We've recorded .21" of rain overnight and this morning.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
This morning's low: 44.5°
Yesterday's high: 71.2°
Yesterday's low: 42.5°
Normal High: 60°
Record: 77° in 1931
Normal Low: 36°
Record: 17° in 1986
Last Year: 68° and 33°
2.95" of rain fell on this date in 1915
2.5" of snow fell on this date in 1969

Winter Weather Awareness Week starts on Monday and runs through Friday. A brochure can be found at the Nashville office of the National Weather Service's website by visiting HERE.

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