First cold air of the year
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Roger Z
September 30, 2005
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Not arctic cold, mind you, but last night it dropped to 37 here in Blacksburg, and both Burkes Garden VA and Lewisburg WV reported 32. That means we hit freezing in the mountains before Oct 1! Has anyone seen any reports coming out of Davis, CV, or Snowshoe on their lows? The high valleys may have fallen to 30 or colder (Marlinton, Durbin, CV, etc).
Murphy
September 30, 2005
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Not arctic cold, mind you, but last night it dropped to 37 here in Blacksburg, and both Burkes Garden VA and Lewisburg WV reported 32. That means we hit freezing in the mountains before Oct 1! Has anyone seen any reports coming out of Davis, CV, or Snowshoe on their lows? The high valleys may have fallen to 30 or colder (Marlinton, Durbin, CV, etc).




33 at Davis
37 at Snowshoe
No report from the CV station

The peaks were a little warmer than the valleys.
tgd
September 30, 2005
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Whitegrass website was updated this morning reportiong lows in the 20's last night and the first frost of the season (even has one picture).
jimboc
September 30, 2005
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Stared making snow :

Loveland, Arapahoe....

Testing tonite : Killington
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JR
September 30, 2005
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Does anyone have the link to the website that lists all of the temps and precipitation across WV? It has high and low temps for just about anywhere in WV for each day. I lost the link when my computer died and now I can't find it.
Murphy
September 30, 2005
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Does anyone have the link to the website that lists all of the temps and precipitation across WV? It has high and low temps for just about anywhere in WV for each day. I lost the link when my computer died and now I can't find it.



this one?

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/data/RLX/HYDRLX
Rickh
September 30, 2005
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The Tline web site said 29 at 6:10 this morning
jonjon
September 30, 2005
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The low here at my house in Davis this morning was 29.1 degrees.

http://www.meyerhousebandb.com/Current_Vantage_Pro.htm
kennedy
September 30, 2005
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Screw the temp. I can't believe you are checking the TLine website at 6 in the morning. You really are desperate aren't you.
JR
September 30, 2005
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276 posts
Thanks Murph
bawalker
September 30, 2005
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33*F in Wardensville this morning.
fishnski
September 30, 2005
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Screw the temp?...Reminds me of a story..It all started...........
Rickh
October 1, 2005
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Kennedy - Your right... Just waiting on the snow... I'm tired of 95+ temps, atleast last night here in the area we had a cool night.
Roger Z
October 1, 2005
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Think that NWS forecast said it was 31 in Lost River (two nights ago)...
Heather
October 1, 2005
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LM had two cold nights in a row (frost in the morning again, what a great feeling!) Actually had to turn the furnace on last night to keep my kid from becoming a soncicle. I was even burning a fire for two days. You have to love the smell of cold air and burning wood mixed together! The only thing missing is the taste of ski resort coffee!
Snowmakers
October 1, 2005
Member since 11/23/2004 🔗
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I hit 38 with a light frost on my roof Friday morning.
bawalker
October 1, 2005
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Indeed it was Roger... my uncle in Lost City noticed ice on his car windshield before leaving for work, although the grass didn't frost over.

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Think that NWS forecast said it was 31 in Lost River (two nights ago)...


Roger Z
October 2, 2005
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Outstanding! Unfortunately the first cold air quickly ran away and now we're flirting just a few degrees away from a record high again. I am so sick of this summer- have been sick of it since late July- and it just keeps dragging on. I try to put things in perpsective by remembering that it was cold until early May this year, but darnit- where are the cool, rainy autumn days of October? Where's the crisp afternoons? Are we gonna have to wait for November to get October weather? Fall is such a nice season, and so far there hasn't been much of it...
Snowmakers
October 2, 2005
Member since 11/23/2004 🔗
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A front comes through Thursday and will really knock off the temps. My HIGH for Saturday is a scorching 56 . Low- 37.

Its coming- slowly but surely.
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