Thursday, April 12, 2012
East Tennessee is just emerging from a recently rare coldsnap. We have not experienced frost since early March so you can only imagine what two nights of frost have done. Thankfully I think the majority of trees are handling it pretty well. Flowers haven't appreciated the freezing temperatures as much. The blossoms on this pink dogwood have rebelled against the cold by rapidly dying, their drooping petals covered in frost.
By this weekend, the temperatures should be more reasonable again so if you live in the southeast, get ready for an epic weekend of fishing!
Posted by David Knapp at 6:47 AM