Saturday, January 17, 2009

Smoky Mountains Temperatures

Lows are from this morning (Saturday) and highs are from Friday.


SMOKY MOUNTAIN TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
938 AM EST SAT JAN 17 2009
 
 
FOLLOWING IS THE SMOKY MOUNTAIN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION
INFORMATION, VALID FOR A 24 HOUR PERIOD ENDING AT 7:30 AM.
 
 
STATION             ELEV    HIGH    LOW     PCPN    SNOW DEPTH
 
SUGARLAND CENTER    1600     21       4     0.00       0
NEWFOUND GAP        5000     10      -5     0.00       1
CADES COVE          1900     20       4     0.00       0
OCONALUFTEE         2040      M       M     0.00       0
MOUNT LECONTE       6400     11      -9     0.00       2

A post yesterday from a Smoky Mtn's Blog warning hikers of the extreme cold.  Great Advice for sure!

3 comments:

Adam said...

it never got above freezing it is 30 degrees and windy freezing rain gone but it is on the car and plants but i dont see where our snow is coming from

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Hi Adam. The southerly wind is bringing some moisture in from the gulf. There are places in Alabama receiving freezing rain. An advisory is in effect for northeast Alabama tonight. They do, however, expect temperatures to warm up overnight and change it to all rain.

Adam said...

it is above freezing but i want snow not sleet or freezing rain i think we will see some what do you think

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