Monday, December 17, 2007

White Christmas #2

Good weather story over at UC Daily News, a fairly new website dedicated to news here in the Upper Cumberland section of Middle Tennessee. He also posted another story about the 'lack of snow' in this last system that went through this weekend. I appreciate those guys working hard with keeping us informed via the web.

Our forecast for Christmas Day isn't looking too promising for any of the white stuff we saw on Sunday. Just checked a few sites for our forecast and while our temperatures will be chilly, we don't expect the timing to work out where we might see snow. For now, we'll call for highs in the mid 40's for Christmas Day and lows in the 20's. I'll update this site continously through Christmas and lets see how the forecast changes between now and then!

I really need to take a second and thank all of the visitors to my Weather Blog. Traffic on this site has increase dramatically over the last several months. November was the biggest month for readership ever and in December, we passed the November number just 10 days into the month.

This blog started out as a labor of love for me to write down my thoughts. It has turned into a fun and interesting way to keep up with the weather. Thanks to those of you who comment on the posts, who e-mail me, and for those of you I run into in our community. Your words of encouragement are priceless.


Mike Wilhelm said...

You have a great site Michael. Keep it up. It's been good getting to know you a little bit through our mutual interest in the wx! Wishing you some of the white stuff....

MTWC said...

I tell ya the weather crowd really picks up during the winter time. The traffic at my site (MTWC) has doubled since last September

MTWC said...


Michael Detwiler said...

Clay..I know what you mean...traffic has gone BONKERS!


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