Saturday, December 25, 2010


Kentucky And Tennessee Wake Up To White Christmas

For the first time in years, residents in Tennessee and Kentucky woke up to snow on Christmas Day. The snow that began falling overnight on Christmas Eve was expected to continue through Sunday with additional accumulations.

By Christmas morning, the National Weather Service reported that Lexington had 2 inches on the ground, Louisville had 1 inch and Bowling Green had 4 inches.

In Middle Tennessee, accumulations were around 1 inch in Nashville and more to the south of the city with another inch expected before the end of the day. Spotters reported to the weather service that 3 inches of snow fell in Chattanooga and the higher elevations along the North Carolina border got 4-5 inches of snow.

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