Sunday, March 6, 2011

Back to Reality (Chilly Sunday)

For nearly a month, we've been spoiled by a warm pattern of temperatures. In fact, the last time our high was only in the 30's occurred on February 10th. Today, 30's return for highs across the Cookeville, as cold air is firmly in place for the next 24 hours.

Thankfully, the cold air gives way to sunshine and warmer temperatures on Monday as we'll reach the middle 50's. The nicest day will likely be on Tuesday with a high of 62°. Thunderstorms reappear on Wednesday and we'll watch for possible severe storms as well.


  • Some snow flurries were reported across the Highlands of Tennessee, especially on the Cumberland Plateau around Jamestown and Crossville. Snow in March is rare, but does happen from time to time. 
  • On Saturday, we recorded 1.99" of rainfall ending at midnight. For the two-day period, including today, our total was 2.24". For the year, we stand at 12.06". Since February 24th, we have recorded 7.64" (that is just a ten-day period!)...
  • My family are members at Trinity Assembly in Algood, TN and if you don't have a church home, not sure what you think about church, or are looking for something new, join us at Trinity either in-person or via the internet at: ...our church services are LIVE on Sundays at both 8:30 am and 10:30 am central time. 

Finally, when severe weather is possible, a great page to navigate to is the SEVERE WEATHER SUMMARY PAGE at the NWS-Nashville website. Also, do you use social media products such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn? I do as well and would love to have you connect with me on those platforms. The links are at the bottom of this post.

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