Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Snow Won't Materialize Tonight

That's my story and I'm sticking with it.

We currently sit anywhere from 40 to 45 degrees here in on the Plateau in Eastern Middle Tennessee at 7:00 pm CST.....
....while I personally saw snow flying in the air today around 1:00 pm in the Fentress County-Jamestown area, tonight doesn't look promising for snow chances. Most of it will stay WELL to the north of us this evening in Central Kentucky.

Just 150 miles to our north in Lexington, KY, they are expecting lows tonight from 11 to 14 degrees with periods of snow, freezing rain, and sleet with accumulations of up to 3 inches...a MESS!!!

The big news here is that we've had high temperatures today not seen in many days....in fact, it was 9 straight days with highs either in the 20's or 30's.....today's high was a BALMY 43! :)

Of course, you won't want to get used to this weather, because in Tennessee it changes rapidly and that's the case once again....we'll have steady to falling temperatures through the 30's on Wednesday and will not see the 40's again for the next 4+ days.
Now, are you wondering what in the world this picture is on my post???? It was taken several days ago during one of our pretty snowfalls! Click on it for an up close look!

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