Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Severe Storms A Possibility
HEATING UP AGAIN:
The latest information shows that we may be seeing some possible severe storms by this afternoon in middle Tennessee. Be on the lookout for damaging winds, large hail, and frequent lightning. Today's high is expected to be in the lower 80's. We turn back sunny on Thursday, high 86° and storms return for Friday and temperatures begin to warm back in the 90's for the weekend.
SUN GOING INTO HIBERNATION:
There are reports by scientists that show the sun may be headed into a period of little or no sunspot activity. You may think 'so what'? ...Much cooler, such as longer winters, cooler spring and autumn and a very short summer, weather would be the result from the zero sunspot activity. So much for man controlling the earth's warming. Much more on this by National Geographic.
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
June 15th, 2011 - Wednesday
Our morning low: 62.0°
Yesterday's high: 79.0° (first day since May 27 not in 80's or 90's)
Yesterday's low: 58.8° (first day since May 28th in the 50's)
24-hour precip total: 0.00
Last Year: 94.4° and 71.9°
Normal High: 84°
Normal Low: 61°
Records: 95° in 1921 and 45° in 1933
3.37" of rain fell on this date in 1969
WEATHER HISTORY FOR JUNE 15th
On June 15, 1914...
Wind gust of 65 mph is recorded at Nashville.
On June 15, 1952...
The temperature at Nashville climbs to 100 degrees -- the earliest date ever for a 100 degree reading.
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