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It spit a little snow at our location last night. Temperature is 22 degrees. The EMS reports some areas of ice on the roads. The forecast is for a cloudy day with a high of 34.
Tuesday at 8:15. There’s a beautiful full moon going down over the Big Frog, and it’s 27 on the deck. There was very little melt yesterday, as it never went over the freeze at our place. The forecast is for … Continue reading
The porch temperature is around 18. There is minimal snow accumulation at our location, a bit southeast of Mineral Bluff. When I went to bed last night, the deck was covered with a light coating of grapple, most of which … Continue reading
We received a one line message yesterday from the EMS saying that the Shallowford Bridge is permanently closed. To get to the side of the bridge across from Aska Road, you will now have to either go to the end … Continue reading
At 8:00 AM, it’s about 28 on the porch. Judging from the railings, we got about a half inch of snow at our location. It’s windy, and the projected high is 36. The decks are icy with a dusting of … Continue reading
UPDATE: As of 9:00 AM, the weather service is predicting that the rain will change to snow around 2:00 AM and that an accumulation of 1-2 inches is possible. In my experience here, when the forecast strengthens like that, it’s … Continue reading
We’ve had a wonderful run of warm afternoons, following on some rather cold weather for this time of year. Mornings have started off around the freeze and ended up somewhere in the high sixties, making ideal porch sitting weather. The … Continue reading
Rabies vaccine is being dropped in Fannin and other North Georgia counties in packets about the size of fast food ketchup packets. This is a USDA program to combat rabies in skunks and raccoons. The vaccine is supposed to have … Continue reading
I blew leaves yesterday for the first time. It was overdue, but I got away with it because it was so dry. In the past two days, the leaves have been falling very fast, and they will be due to … Continue reading