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Old 01-28-2009, 07:06 PM
 
Location: in the good ol' South
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It was a bit colder than normal for a couple of weeks earlier this year, but we really have gotten much snow this year. What we experienced today was pretty typically . . . rain, turning colder, a little snow, then clearing, still cold . . .

This is January, typically the coldest and snowiest time of the year here. If you're coming in two weeks, expect just about any kind of weather from cold and snowy to mild and rainy.

If you want nice weather for any extended length of time, you're going to have to wait until spring.
Good to know. I'm looking forward to a little respite from this hot and humid greenhouse that I'm at right now. I'll bring my winter jacket and an umbrella, just in case!
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Old 01-28-2009, 11:42 PM
 
Location: Northeast Tennessee
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I know - at 7am this morning at my house in Bristol (extreme northeast Tennessee), it was 64 and mostly clear skies, but wow, it was windy!!! By 1pm, we had heavy rains and winds and temps falling fast! We did not get ANY snow - just heavy soaking rains.
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