Friday, October 7, 2011

Weekend Forecast

If you've enjoyed the weather since Monday, I've got great news for you this weekend. Sunny skies and clear nights will continue. We'll be warm with temperatures running mainly in the 80's today and Saturday with upper 70's on Sunday. Lows at sunrise will be mainly in the lower 50's.

Rain chances will be basically ZERO between today through Monday night with an ever-so-slight chance of rain beginning on Tuesday. We'll nail that forecast down a little later in the weekend. As I've said many times, October is traditionally the driest month of the year for middle Tennessee and the first part of October 2011 is living up to that standard.

If you've been outside at all, you've noticed the change with many of the trees. Check out the TN Vacation site for more on where the best leaf views are across our great state.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
October 7, 2011 - Friday
Our morning low: 51.4°
Yesterday's high: 84.3°
Yesterday's low: 49.2°
Last Year: 71° and 33°
Normal High: 74°
Normal Low: 47°
Records: 93° in 1916 and 30° in 1980
.90" of rain was measured on this date in 1922

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