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It's snowing in Knoxville!

It's a new year. The holidays are behind us. Christmas is over. New Year's festivities are finished. The holiday decorations should be put away (unless you are like me and haven't done it yet.)

It's a new year.  The holidays are behind us. Christmas is over.  The new year festivities are finished. The holiday decorations should be put away (unless you are like me and haven't done it yet).  And there's a little bit of hesitation to leave 2009 behind.  Plus, a little sadness that December and all the celebrations are over.  Not to mention, back to work. 

But then, there's the excitement of SNOW! Weather forecasters give you a few teasers here and there, "The chance of snow this Thursday," or "We may see a few flurries Sunday."  And it doesn't dish out.  But today, January 7th, I think we're going to see a few inches for sure.   The Cumberland Plateau has been getting pounded since noon today, and we're seeing some sprinkles here in Knoxville ourselves.  And that makes me very excited!

Happy and ready to embrace the new year ahead!

 

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  • by Joey Location: Knox County on Jan 7, 2010 at 06:19 PM
    Yes it is snowing and I love snow yet Knox County still isn't being let out for tomorrow and I'm a little aggravated by that considering Oak Ridge is out tomorrow and they are no more than 8 miles away.