Tired of the rain? I've got bad news for you!
Looks like this first round will wrap up this morning, but a second round will be on their way later this afternoon. Thundershowers will only be very isolated in our area with highs just in the mid 70's (about 15°-20° below normal).
COOKEVILLE BY THE NUMBERS:
- 1.70" of rain recorded in last 24 hours (almost a record breaker for this date)
- Friday's high was just 68.8° which breaks a record from 2009 for the coolest high temperature recorded in Cookeville, TN on that date by 3°.
- 53° was the coldest low temp on record, by the way, on Thursday morning!
SUNDAY AND THE WEEK AHEAD:
Sunday's forecast calls for a slight chance of a thunderstorm with a high of 83°. The week ahead promises a more summer type pattern with slight afternoon thunderstorm chances and highs in the upper 80's.
The end of next and the weekend just might be sunny, warm, and include no rain!
WEATHER LINK OF THE DAY:
Today's link includes an interesting graphics page from the National Weather Service in Nashville. More information than you can digest!
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