Sunday, July 17, 2011

Sunday's Forecast

A slight chance for an afternoon thunderstorm across the Cookeville area on Sunday with highs hitting the 88°-90° mark. A slight southerly breeze and only about a 20% chance for storms. The week ahead shows temperatures will rise each day and reach the middle 90's (near 100° around Nashville).

Notice some of the following changes made Saturday....

#1) Radar at the top of the blog. In the upper box on the right, enter the city/state of place to go

  • Play around with it...should be a great addition

#2) Across the top, the 'Radar Links' is updated

  • Many links to radars, including some you have never seen

#3) I've flipped the sidebar from the right to the left
  • This may take some getting used to, but we'll try it

#4) Removed links to social media at the bottom of each post
  • Will put easy links on the left sidebar or at the top in the future

#5) Rainfall report now includes wettest spots in Tennessee and America! 

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
July 17, 2011
Our morning low: 67.7°
Yesterday's high: 85.9°
Yesterday's low: 71.1°
Last Year: 87.5° and 73.4°
Normal High: 88°
Normal Low: 66°
Records: 104° in 1980 and 50° in 1945

Rainfall Report
24-hour precip total: 0.00"
July's Monthly precip total: 2.06"
2011 Annual precip total: 45.50"
1.05" of rain fell on this date in 1956
Wettest Spot in Tennessee: .46" in Byrdstown (Pickett County)
Wettest Spot in America: 8.58" in Niceville, FL (Okaloosa County). In fact, 11 of the top 12 wettest places in America on Saturday were in the Florida panhandle between Pensacola and Panama City. Tough day for beach goers!

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