Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Frigid with Flurries Flying

Very cold once again across the Highlands of Tennessee. Expect flurries to fly this morning and they should begin to taper off around lunch. Some areas may see a slight accumulation and some less traveled roads may become slick in spots. Highs only in the 20's. Cold overnight and clear, low 12 to 14°.

The very latest school closings report can be found just to the right of this post!

Another round of snow is expected Saturday night through Monday. This is a possible accumulating event. Stay tuned!

*Latest Local Forecast

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Yesterday's high: 26.4°
Yesterday's low: 14.3°
Normal High: 52°
Record: 74° in 1998
Normal Low:  30°
Record: 6° in 1937  
Last Year: 41° and 20°
2.15" of rain fell on this date in 1919
.4" of snow fell is 1995
1" was on the ground in 1959
December is running 10° below normal and cold air is expected through mid December.
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