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Well, they have been calling for snow on and off up here on the Plateau for about 2 weeks. Have had nothing other than a light dusting so far. They are calling for 3-4" tomorrow, but I won't hold my breath. We have been having a cold spell though, lows over the weekend were down to 7-9 degrees at night and daytime highs in the mid 20's.
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Well, let's see, it was 5* this morning when I got up at 430. It hit a balmy 17* here. I actually run cooler where I'm at then if you were to look at Nashville or Murfreesboro area weather(same with my place in NE TX).
Haven't had even so much as flurries at all this winter. I wonder what tomorrow will bring.
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I work for my city's Public Works and besides my regular duties we have been busting it getting the salt trucks ready. On top of that I'm on call this week and had to go out Monday night for a sewer line that busted about 3' deep. Think the rest of my week is gonna be busy.
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