Monday, July 25, 2011

Monday Storms

Should be a fairly active day across the Upper Cumberland for Monday as storms will be in abundance due to a frontal boundary pushing through. The strong upper level high that has been in control of our mainly dry weather will move on allowing the 'cold' front to finally come through. Temperatures will not be very reflective of a cold front passing through as we'll see a quick return to the 90's later this week.

Monday - Partly Sunny - Stormy Afternoon - High 87°

Tonight - Slight chance of storms - foggy by morning - Low 71°

Tuesday - Sunny - High 91°

*Hazardous Weather Outlook*

*Latest Local Forecast*

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Our morning low: 74.9°
Yesterday's high: 91.6°
Yesterday's low: 73.2°
Last Year: 93° and 72°
Normal High: 88°
Normal Low: 66°
Records: 102° in 1934 and 57° in 2008

Rainfall Report
24-hour precip total: 0.00"
July monthly precip total: 3.20"
2011 annual precip total: 46.64"
1.98" of rain fell on this date in 1983
Sunday's Wettest Spot in Tennessee:  1.18" in Jackson, TN (Madison County)
Sunday's Wettest Spot in America:  4.83" near Meridian, MS (Lauderdale County)

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