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Real Estate Agent with KW Cleveland RB365212

After leaving N Idaho and moving to Tennessee,  I enjoyed watching the temperatures and conditions and comparing the weather statistics of the two. I purposely still have the Idaho weather on the face of my i-watch. 

Well, maybe I should be candid here...I like comparing. As it turned out, it depended on the day, which was colder.

There were days here that we were colder than N  Idaho, even in Anchorage, Alaska (where I grew up)!

As we all know, we had unusual weather patterns wreaking havoc all over the US. We did manage to get snow one day, but it was gone the next.

Everyone was saying, "let it snow, let it snow!" Bah humbug! 
Ok, move to Alaska if you want snow!

Here is a picture a friend sent me from Alaska this winter...
we got about 1/8th an inch of snow in Tennessee.
Ok, I'm done complaining about Tennessee being cold. It's lovely living here, and I have yet to find something I don't like about Tennessee, but the honeymoon phase is still alive,  I suppose!

If you are considering a move to Tennessee, feel free to give me a call. I'd love to help you with any unbiased questions you may have.

Happy Tennessee New Year ya'll!

Margaret Goss
@Properties - Winnetka, IL
Chicago's North Shore & Winnetka Real Estate

A fellow agent left this area (Chicago northern suburbs) for Knoxville a few years ago. She's never looked back!

My husband and I visited Nashville and Chattanooga two years ago - fell in love with the latter. We're hoping to retire to Florida but we often talk about Tennessee.

Jan 04, 2023 01:45 PM