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11/12/19 Tennessee Valley Early Winter Event

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28 minutes ago, TellicoWx said:

00z HRRR not blinking on eastern valley so far

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I’ll take that 2.6 and call it a season after the last few years! 

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Just now, John1122 said:

Cold push is on the western edge of the Plateau.  

42 in Somerset Ky. 52 in Williamsburg.

41 in Livingston, 50 in Crossville. 

Interested to see how quickly it can spill over

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Interested to see how quickly it can spill over
Generally takes longer for it to come up the western escarpment than it does for it to spill into the Great Valley.

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1 minute ago, ShawnEastTN said:

Generally takes longer for it to come up the western escarpment than it does for it to spill into the Great Valley.

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Yeah, most setups seems like forever to reach Dayton/Spring City when watching my area

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Yeah, most setups seems like forever to reach Dayton/Spring City when watching my area
Yeah I'm just across the river from Spring City and usually once I see Crossville temp start falling it doesn't take long, but waiting for Crossville to fall seems like it takes forever sometimes..

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Alright, guys it's great to be back after a busy day to enjoy this hobby we all share! Here's to an early start to the season! :D Unless anyone objects I see no problem submitting observations. ;) Any more reports on the snow in West Tennessee? Currently sitting at 51 here with a drizzle. 

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Alright, guys it's great to be back after a busy day to enjoy this hobby we all share! Here's to an early start to the season!  Unless anyone objects I see no problem submitting observations.  Any more reports on the snow in West Tennessee?





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Gusty NW winds, temp is 46, looks like you get from 50-40 in a big hurry then it slowly falls into the 30s. Looks like its taking 34-35 to switch. 

Friend of mine in Lexington Tn, NE of Jackson said an hour ago they had snow and 30 degrees. Seems like temps are falling lower than I expected.

 

Edit: he just told me schools are closing in Jackson. He wasn’t expecting to get anything more than a few flakes.

 

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