The summer roller coaster ride in Middle Tennessee usually means extremely hot conditions. But not in July. In fact, the National Weather Service reports for the first time since 2009, July was cooler than June. It's only happened 15 times since weather records have been kept, dating back to 1870. The average high temperature was only 87.6 degrees for the month, well below normal. There were even record low temperatures recorded twice during the month, with the mercury getting down to the mid-50's. Temperatures this week will be in the 90's, but the humidity levels will be below normal for the summer time, at least through mid-week. A full look at your WGNS Weather Eye forecast is coming up.
NewsRadio WGNS has continuing coverage of the situation surrounding embattled Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold.
- Arnold in KY Jail; Considering Resigning
- Sheriff Jailed
- Who's In Charge Now?
- Pettus Read "Embarrassed"
- Arnold: "A lot going on."
- TBI Investigates Domestic Complaint
- Arnold Traveling Despite Indictment
- Feds Line Up Witnesses in JailCigs Case
- Commissioners Call for Resignation
- Indicted: Sheriff Facing 95-Years in Prison
- County Mayor "Concerned Uncertainty"
- Gammon Sues After Firing