Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Continued Cold Nights

We will be below freezing once again Wednesday night and Thursday morning.  Already at 10:00 pm, we are down to 38° and on our way to the lower 30's (according to the NWS forecast)...seeing where we stand now, we could very well go on down to the upper 20's by daybreak.

At Mount LeConte, in the Smoky Mountains, yesterday, they recorded a daytime high of 18° and a low this morning of 12°.

James Spann's AlabamaWX has a post showing snow on the mountains here in Tennessee at Newfound Gap.....nice, very nice!

We will see some moderating of our temperatures over the next few days as highs reach to near 70° during the weekend and lows move up to the mid 40's...that'll seem warm after this cold spell.  Trends, right now, show a cold winter ahead.  Throw on another blanket on your bed and a log on the fire!

FYI...checked out my blog stats and thanks to you folks, traffic has more than doubled this month over the same month last year.  Thank you very, very much! Thousands of you continue to return and I'm appreciative.

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