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WELCOME TO SEPTEMBER:
We've turned over a new month and left a hot/dry August behind. It was the 5th driest August since records have been kept. We discussed that in yesterday's post. Temperatures average only about a 1/2 degree higher than normal but seemed hotter due to having no rain! We are all looking forward to temperatures cooling down and I can confirm we'll see highs running 10° plus cooler next week after Labor Day!!
HEATWAVE CONTINUES THROUGH WEEKEND:
We will be sunny and very hot through Saturday and then change will take place. We'll say 92° today, 94° Friday, and 93° Sunday. A slight rain chance on Sunday, high 89° and then with frontal passage temps will only be 81° Monday, and in the 70's on Tuesday and Wednesday!!
Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Our morning low: 69.4°
Yesterday's high: 95.9°
Yesterday's low: 71.1°
Last Year: 93.6° and 61.6°
Normal High: 86°
Normal Low: 61°
Records: 99° in 1943 and 46° in 1946
24-hour precip total: 0.00"
September monthly precip total: 0.00"
2011 annual precip total: 48.28"
3.32" of rain fell on this date in 1961
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