Sunday, July 15, 2012

Slight Chance of Thunderstorms

We'll face another day with possible thunderstorms and a high this afternoon in the upper 80's.

Saturday's rainfall was a welcome relief from the drought-conditions over the last several months. There were some copious amounts of rain recorded over middle Tennessee.

Green Hill (Wilson County) 4.34"
Shelbyville (Bedford County) 3.97"
Lebanon (Wilson County) 3.47"
Bon Aqua (Hickman County) 3.00"
Mount Juliet (Wilson County) 2.92"

Near Cookeville, the following amounts were recorded:

1.39" - 4.1 miles southeast of Cookeville
1.20" - 3.9 miles east of Cookeville
1.08" - 3.5 miles north northwest of Cookeville
1.08" - 4.6 miles west northwest of Cookeville
.54" - at my weather station just northeast of square

Outside of Cookeville, some big amounts were in Smith County

2.90" - 8.7 miles north northeast of Carthage
2.52" - 1.4 miles east northeast of Gordonsville

We'll not have nearly these types amounts on Sunday.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Cookeville's Daily Almanac
July 15, 2012
Yesterday's high: 84.4° 
This morning's low: 69.2°
Normal: 87/66
Records: 101° in 1980 and 51° in 1967
Last year: 86/70 (1.05" of rain last year)

0.54 at my station
July total: 2.55
2012 total: 24.50"
2.09" of rain fell on this date in 2009

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