Hot Sunday for most of us with highs around 91° and the heat index will, once again, push past 100°. Some hit and miss thunderstorms. Most of us will be missed. Best rain chances come Monday as the expected increase in moisture from a frontal boundary is about 24 hours late arriving. Heavy rainfall is expected with this event on Monday. Remember, the best links to weather radars are located on this blog near the top under the heading "RADAR LINKS".
YOUR 48 HOUR QUICK-CAST:
Sunday night - Rain chances increase - low 74°
Monday - Storms likely, heavy rain - high 87°
Tuesday - Sunny - high 91°
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Our morning low: 73.2°
Yesterday's high: 92.9°
Yesterday's low: 71.8°
Last Year: 94.7° and 70.7°
Normal High: 88°
Normal Low: 66°
Records: 100° in 1934 and 55° in 1915
24-hour precip total: trace
monthly precip total: 3.20"
annual precip total: 46.64"
1.62" of rain fell on this date in 1960
Saturday's Wettest Spot in Tennessee: 1.45" in Maynardville (Union County)
(about 30 minutes due north of Knoxville in East TN)
Saturday's Wettest Spot in America: 3.92" in Westerville, Ohio (Delaware County)
(north of Columbus, Ohio)
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