Thursday, April 28, 2011

Cleaning Up Today

At least 128 people are dead in Alabama due to tornadoes and 173 people have died across the south. Today will be a day of clean-up and assessment by National Weather Service on each tornado touchdown. The Tuscaloosa tornado may be rated as either an EF-4 or EF-5. The photo above is from

The Morning After post from (a MUST read)

Another must see is the video from ABC's 33/40 station in Tuscaloosa/Birmingham. They are the best in weather coverage in the deep south.


Remembering the May 2010 Tennessee Flood is a detailed an incredible look at this powerful event.


Today, across the Upper Cumberland, should be cloudy with sprinkles this morning. They will give way to cloudy skies and eventually we should become mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60's. Tonight, cool and foggy by morning, low 48° and Friday should be nice with a high of 72°. We're thinking 80° by Saturday!

-Our Upper Cumberland Forecast-

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
24-hour precip total: 4.23"
48-hour precip total: 5.34"
April precip total: 12.75" (Record is 8.91 from 1920)
2011 precip total: 30.13"

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