Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Heavy Rains

More than 2.5" of rain has been recorded since 7 o'clock last evening.

We expect the rain to continue for much of the day. Some areas may experience flooding. Temperatures will fall from the current 57° reading throughout the afternoon and should be around the upper 40's by sunset.

A mix of rain and snow is expected tonight with little or no snow accumulation expected. Wednesday will be cold with highs struggling to reach 40°.

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Cookeville's Daily Almanac 
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Normal High: 54°
Record: 73° in 1998
Normal Low:  32°
Record: 4° in 1929
Last Year: 62° and 40°
1.21" of rain fell on this date in 1928
(that record will fall as we've recorded more than 2" since midnight)
.9" of snow fell in 1952

November 29th

Yesterday's high: 59.7° 
Yesterday's low: 43.5°
Winds gusted to 33 mph

.53" of rain fell between 7 pm and midnight

Including today's rains, we've recorded 7.33" for the month of November!
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