Saturday, September 24, 2011

Good Morning 40's

We started Saturday morning out at 45.5°...with foggy skies, see this morning's webcam shot from our Emergency Management Agency. Typically, that shot is shows the landscape and buildings in our downtown area of Cookeville. This is our coolest morning start since May 17th.

The fog will burn off later this morning and we'll go all the way up to 75° today under sunny skies!

Rain chances move back into our forecast for Sunday after a low tonight of 51° under an increasingly cloudy sky. Just a 20% chance of rain Sunday, high 80° with a 50% chance for rain Sunday night, low 62° and showers likely (60%) on Monday, high 76°. After Monday, I believe we'll see an extended, rain-free period of weather for most all of next week with highs in the upper 70's to low 80's.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Our morning low: 45.5°
Yesterday's high: 67.0° (afternoon high was just 64.0°)
Yesterday's low: 48.9°
Last Year: 90.3° and 69.9°
Normal High: 78°
Normal Low: 53°
Records: 94° in 2007 and 33° in 1928

Rainfall Report
24-hour precip total: .23"
Sept. monthly precip total: 7.22"
2011 annual precip total: 54.94"
3.45" of rain fell on this date in 1975

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