Monday, February 14, 2011

Chilly Overnight, Gorgeous Tuesday

Freezing temperatures overnight return, but just for one night. Tuesday will be quite nice with sun-filled skies and a high of 60°....chilly on Tuesday night, low 38° and then we'll zoom right back up to 60° once again for Wednesday.

If you don't like those warm & sunny days, then I have BAD news for you as Thursday's high will hit 64°...rain enters the picture for late Thursday night and will linger into the weekend. Not looking for a total washout. We'll stay above normal with highs ranging from the 60's on Friday and sliding back to the 50's for Saturday and Sunday. All in all, I'd say 'not bad'....

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Here is your chance to not just look at the weather, but be a trained storm spotter!! Don't forget, February 26th, 2011 is the next storm spotters class in Cookeville. It starts at 10 AM and will be held at the Putnam County EMA Office, which is located just off Willow ACROSS from the Country Giant radio station. For more information, e-mail Tom Johnstone with the National Weather Service at:
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