[at-l] southern Appalachian temps this weekend

The Weathercarrot weathercarrot at hotmail.com
Sun Apr 8 14:55:05 CDT 2007


On the highest peaks of the southern Appalachians, it's about as cold as it 
ever gets in April, although I remember several April cold snaps that were 
fairly close to this (early April of 1992 comes to mind). Here's a quote 
from averyweather.com:

<< Some of the colder temperatures in the region Saturday morning included 1 
degree above zero at Mount Leconte in the Smokies, 2 on Mount Mitchell and 6 
degrees at Beech Mountain (with a half-foot of snow reported).  >>

and here's the smokies daily temp report from the NWS:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/productview.php?pil=MRXRTPMRX&version=0&max=61

from there you can access previous versions going back a few weeks.

wc

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