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Old 07-22-2007, 01:02 PM
 
Location: Vero Beach
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Can anyone tell me what the typical weather is year round for East Tennessee please?

Do you get days where it just continually rains all day and all night? How much snow do you usually get in the winter and what sort of temperatures...

Thanks
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Old 07-22-2007, 07:53 PM
 
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Can anyone tell me what the typical weather is year round for East Tennessee please?

Do you get days where it just continually rains all day and all night? How much snow do you usually get in the winter and what sort of temperatures...

Thanks
Eastern Tennesse is located on the Blue Ridge mountain range. Typically, it will be a lot cooler than areas to the south, west, and east. The higher up in elevation, the cooler.
I do believe that E. Tennessee can get multiple days of light, steady rain. Thats usually in the spring and fall, though. The summers see afternoon thunderstorms which will pour down heavy amounts of rain in a short period of time.

Snowfall is generally around 10-20 inches, depending on your elevation. Sometimes it will snow on the top of the mountain peaks, and rain down on the valleys.

The climate is temperate most of the year. Winters may see the occasional single digit readings. Happens only a few times a year, though. Normal high/lows for Januray are 45 midday and 25 at night. Colder and warmer readings are observed.
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Old 07-23-2007, 08:43 PM
 
Location: Vero Beach
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Eastern Tennesse is located on the Blue Ridge mountain range. Typically, it will be a lot cooler than areas to the south, west, and east. The higher up in elevation, the cooler.
I do believe that E. Tennessee can get multiple days of light, steady rain. Thats usually in the spring and fall, though. The summers see afternoon thunderstorms which will pour down heavy amounts of rain in a short period of time.

Snowfall is generally around 10-20 inches, depending on your elevation. Sometimes it will snow on the top of the mountain peaks, and rain down on the valleys.

The climate is temperate most of the year. Winters may see the occasional single digit readings. Happens only a few times a year, though. Normal high/lows for Januray are 45 midday and 25 at night. Colder and warmer readings are observed.
Thanks for the info...
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Old 05-22-2010, 08:08 PM
 
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I live near Chattanooge TN. We have what i call great weather, right now it is cool in the afternoons around 60 and ranging between 80 to 85 during the middle of the day.There has not been alot of rain latley. the snow is good in the winter not anywhwere arouns what i would like to see we here only get a max of 4 to 6 inches. i love winter time, it does get cold here this past winter we where at below freezing for a week it was great for us cause the snow stayed more than just that day. It is beautiful here all year round though.
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