Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Another 90 Degree Day

Expect another hot one across the Upper Cumberland region today as temperatures will once again reach up into the 90's with plenty of sunshine. We'll call it 91° for the high in Cookeville. Areas toward Nashville will be slightly warmer while areas toward Crossville will be slightly cooler.

Reminder: DO NOT LEAVE CHILDREN OR PETS UNATTENDED IN CAR FOR EVEN A MOMENT. Look at the graphic below and see how hot a car will get when the temperature is just 80°.

Thunderstorm chances hold off until Thursday and Friday. Even then the chances will be minimal.

Monday's high in Cookeville was 90.3° at 4:03 pm while the low temperature was 62.6°. This morning's low was 64.7° at 5:21 am. There was no rainfall recorded on Monday and conditions across all of the region are quite dry. I've heard from several farmers and gardeners asking for a forecast of steady rainfall.

Summer begins Wednesday, June 20th at 6:09 pm

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