Does a really hot summer in Knoxville mean a really snowy winter is coming ? Not necessarily. How do I know ? Look at the data below. The years correspond with the hot summers of year's past in Knoxville.
In 2010, we have had 77 days at 90 degrees or higher.
A typical or "normal" summer would give us 31 days at 90 degrees or higher.
Here is a list of the Most 90 Degree Days in Knoxville by calendar year:
(Courtesy: National Weather Service - Morristown)
6. 1941 & 1943
Normal Winter 9.9 inches of snow
8.7 inches of snow
6.2 inches of snow
4.2 inches of snow
0.8 inches of snow
23.9 inches of snow (13.5" fell in March)
2.7 inches of snow
19.8 inches of snow (10.7" fell in April)
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