There is no let up in the heat across middle Tennessee over the next 7 days! More on that forecast in a moment. Although we did enjoy some rain (about .37"-.40" depending on who you ask), it was still hot on Sunday with a high of 92.1° (heat index reached 102°). Sunday's rains were the first since May 25th. We had a wind gust of 32 mph while other places near us saw 50-60 mph gusts. Many trees limbs were felled by the storm. In my backyard, we lost a 35 foot Bradford Pear tree. A photograph is in an earlier post.
Here is the list of preliminary storm reports from Sunday, June 5, 2011
Expect a high of 90° for your Monday with even hotter temps for Tuesday and Wednesday.
*Latest Local Forecast*
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Monday, June 6th, 2011
Our morning low: 68.3° (quite a bit of fog early)
Yesterday's high: 92.1°
Yesterday's low: 66.7°
Last Year: 82.0° and 60.5°
Normal High: 82°
Normal Low: 58°
Records: 96° in 1936 and 45° in 1993
24-hour precip total: 0.37"
2.00" of rain fell on this date in 1981
MIDDLE TENNESSEE WEATHER HISTORY
A thunderstorm over Palmyra (Montgomery County) produces golfball size hail and wind damage.
UNITED STATES WEATHER HISTORY
June 6th (courtesy: Bill Murray-Weather Notebook)
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