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Old 02-10-2007, 06:51 AM
 
Location: FL
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my husband wants to move somewhere, that at one time, only gets between 3-5 inches of snow. Of course we know that there can be the freak snowstorm...but I need to know from people who have experienced winters in these places...are these areas someplace that my husband will not like just due to the snow factor? Thanks!
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Old 02-10-2007, 08:07 AM
 
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my husband wants to move somewhere, that at one time, only gets between 3-5 inches of snow. Of course we know that there can be the freak snowstorm...but I need to know from people who have experienced winters in these places...are these areas someplace that my husband will not like just due to the snow factor? Thanks!
Well it's been years since we here in Knoxville have had a decent snowfall. I think this year, so far, we've had MAYBE an inch of snow, and it all melted within a few hours of falling.
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Old 02-10-2007, 08:11 AM
 
Location: Beautiful East TN!!
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I have lived in East TN for 10 years now. From Jefferson City East to the Tri-Cities. I have yet to see 5 inches at one time. We are lucky to get 2 inches at a time and I have yet to see it accumulate and stay from one snow to the other. Now it can happen. I think my hubby said it was in 97 that they got 9 or 10 inches in one day!
Our "usual" snow, here in the Tri-Cities is a thin ground cover that is gone before the day is out.
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