Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Wet Tuesday

More rain expected today with showers and possibly a thunderstorm. High temperature of only around 70°, which is about 10° below our normal for this date, in Cookeville as cloudy skies keep us from going any higher. Chance of rain is about 60% and winds will be mainly light from the south southeast. Rain continues tonight, low 62° and thunderstorms are likely on Wednesday, high of 76°. The rainfall totals for September continue to climb. The latest stats are below!

I've been promoting my post concerning the 2011-2012 Winter Weather Outlook quite a bit since it was put up on the blog this past Saturday. There will be an update to it in October once the National Weather Service releases it's 90-day forecast.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
Our morning low: 62.0°
Yesterday's high: 69.4°
Yesterday's low: 61.9°
Last Year: 87.8° and 60.1°
Normal High: 80°
Normal Low: 54°
Records: 98° in 1925 and 41° in 1991

Rainfall Report
24-hour precip total: .67"
monthly precip total: 6.89"
annual precip total: 55.18"
6.66" of rain fell on this date in 1957
Wettest Spot in Tennessee: 2.56" near Loretto, TN in Lawrence County
Wettest Spot in America: 2.81" near Dekalb, MS in Kemper County

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