Saturday, June 30, 2012

June 29 Record Heat By The Numbers


As I stated this morning, all time records fell all over the state of Tennessee on Friday as high temperatures were as high as 109°. Here in Cookeville, we tied our all-time heat record with an official reading of 105°, which was set back in 1930



...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES ACROSS MIDDLE TENNESSEE...


SITE HIGH JUNE 29 PREVIOUS RECORD/YEAR
CLARKSVILLE 108 106/2007
CHEATHAM DAM 108 105/1980,1983
SHELBYVILLE 108 107/1952
PULASKI 106 105/1980
FRANKLIN 108 108/1930
COLUMBIA 109 109/1952
SMITHVILLE 105 104/1980
KINGSTON SPRINGS 109 108/2007
JAMESTOWN 103 100/2007
CENTERVILLE 105 103/1980
DOVER 108 110/1901
SPARTA 108 104/1980
OLD HICKORY 106 105/2007
COOKEVILLE 105 105/1930
MONTEREY 103 100/1952


OTHER HIGH TEMPERATURES NOT BREAKING THE RECORD.
DICKSON 106 110/1930
LIVINGSTON 106 108/1980


HIGH TEMPERATURE AT SITES WITHOUT RECORDS.
WARTRACE 102
BRENTWOOD 107
CENTER HILL DAM 108
WATERTOWN 109
MONTGOMERY BELL 102
LOBELVILLE 107
MANCHESTER 105
TENNESSEE RIDGE 108
WHITE HOUSE 104
ROCK ISLAND 107
BIRDSONG MARINA 105
CAMDEN 104
CRAB ORCHARD 100
BYRDSTOWN 100
COALMONT 100
HOHENWALD 104
MOUSETAIL LNDG 101
FAIRVIEW 107


Link to records set for Middle Tennessee
At least 18 cities set all-time heat records

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1 comment:

joe mudd said...

You have never seen anyone more ready for october in your life!
Nuts to this garbage.

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