There are two weather reporting stations that are closest to Red Boiling Springs. The first is at the airport in Nashville, Tennessee. The second is at the airport in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Many people feel that the forecast for Bowling Green is closer to Red Boiling Spring's forecast because both Red Boiling Springs and Bowling Green are higher than Nashville. In any event, we provide two links below; just click on the icons.
You will also find a host of weather-related information at the National Weather Service's web site at: www.nws.noaa.gov
Tennessee Historical Data
Meteorologist Mark A. Rose of the National Weather Service in Old Hickory, Tennessee, has provided two links to historical Tennessee weather information. The data covers temperature extremes for 50 cities around Tennessee as well as a lot of other information.
The Historic 1969 Red Boiling Springs Flood
See color home movies of the 1969 Red Boiling Springs flood!
Opens as an Apple QuickTime movie.
(6 minutes, 27 seconds; 8.7 MB, no sound)
Download Apple QuickTime movie player. (It's free.)
Read the history of the 1969 Red Boiling Springs flood
written by Mark A. Rose, Meteorologist,
of the National Weather Service.
Note: after the 1969 flood, extensive work was done to add flood-control dams above Red Boiling Springs. Hopefully, the flood of 1969 will be the last one in RBS history.