Sunday, February 12, 2012

Very Cold Sunday Start

Happy second birthday to my son, Levi! Abraham Lincoln was born on this date in 1809.

How cold was it last night? How long has it been since we were that cold? I'll answer those questions and more in this post. The facts surrounding the cold are very interesting. First, though, here is your local 48-hour forecast for the Cookeville and Upper Cumberland region.

SUNDAY-  Sunshine with a high of 34°
SUNDAY NIGHT-  Mostly clear, very cold, low 17°
MONDAY-  Increasing clouds, high of 45°
MONDAY NIGHT-  Rain and snow likely - low of 34°
TUESDAY-  Rain and snow in the morning - Rain in the afternoon - high of 47°

Let's talk about last night's cold. We dropped to a low of 11.1° on this Sunday morning at 6:54. Did you know it was exactly one year ago that we had a low temperature of 10°. Interesting are more interesting facts for February 12th. The record high this date was 75° back in 1999 and the record low was -1° in 1981. Our normals temps this date are 50/27. Last year, we were 40/10.

*Latest Local Forecast*

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