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Published on Oct 30, 2012

It's a good rule of thumb that the higher your elevation, the more snow you're likely to get. That's definitely true for our viewers living in our western counties up high in the Smoky Mountains. Johnny Thacker lives high above Cherokee at 4,400 feet. He takes measurements around his house. He says, so far he has six and a half inches piled up. He and his wife say it can be 10 degrees colder at their house than the reservation. Thacker says he's used to the weather patterns up high and says his family watches for cues from nature. He says since we had a mild winter last year, he expects this one to be tough. By Rex HodgeRelated Links:Madison County Morning SnowMany Still Without PowerPower Knocked Out for Thousands of Progress Energy Customers Widespread Power Outages Across Western North CarolinaMountain Snowfall Strong Wind Causes Tree To Fall on Dump TruckNCDOT

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