Our snow on satellite (11:00 am)

Our snow from yesterday really stands out on satellite this morning! It’s not hard to spot snow on visible satellite, even though it’s the same color as the clouds. You just need clear skies. I always tell folks that you can spot the snow because it doesn’t move, while the clouds do.

You can see how our little patch of snow stands out. It basically covers all of Cumberland County and a little bit surrounding us. Temps hovered right at the freezing mark yesterday, barely allowing us to see the accumulation. For folks around us, temps stayed in the 33-35 degree range, preventing accumulation.

You can see the snow over in North Carolina and Virginia, too.

Pretty neat stuff, right?

Pictured below is a still image of the satellite. Notice our little patch of snow here. Crossville sits right in the middle of that patch.

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Zoomed in more.

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Below is the animation. Clouds move, snow does not.

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You all have a wonderful day!

 

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