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Bitter Blast Headed to High Country PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 07:05

Temperatures across the High Country have dropped all day today, first under sunny skies, then as a band of moisture approached from the west as the leading edge of a cold blast of air crossing the Appalachian Mountains.  But as the frontal system butted up against the higher elevations, a lot of its moisture was drained from the system, and the impact locally is expected to be more cold and less rain and/or snow. But tomorrow will bring us lows—maybe record lows in the teens in some areas, and highs maybe not getting above freezing in higher elevations.  Fortunately, the blast is a quick one, with temps returning to more normal ranges by the weekend.

  
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