Sunday, September 30, 2018

Early Autumn 2018_High Knob Massif


September 29, 2018
High Knob Lake Recreation Area
High Knob Naturalist Rally 2018
Photograph by Wayne Browning - © All Rights Reserved

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Pleasantly cool conditions graced the high country during this year's High Knob Naturalist Rally.  What an awesome event!

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High Knob Naturalist Rally

Low clouds and fog were featured during the morning, with lingering clouds well into the afternoon before conditions finally improved to generate some warming sunshine.  The PM MAX barely touching 
60 degrees on High Knob and Eagle Knob ( above ).

Temperatures were in the 50s during most of this year's Rally, peaking at 63 degrees at High Knob Lake and 60 degrees on High Knob and Eagle Knob with some help from mid-late afternoon sunshine.

These conditions were in dramatic contrast to a PM MAX of 81 degrees in the Tri-Cities, Va-Tn., ( from which some welcomed visitors came! ).

2018 High Knob Naturalist Rally
Beautiful Water Flows Into High Knob Lake
Photograph by Wayne Browning - © All Rights Reserved

A heavy rain event prior to this year's Rally had water flowing abundantly, with up to 3.50" being measured 
in the area.

2018 High Knob Naturalist Rally
Beautiful Water Flows Out Of High Knob Lake
Photograph by Wayne Browning - © All Rights Reserved

Now this is the way to conclude a day ( below ).

2018 High Knob Naturalist Rally
Fishing From A Kayak On Upper Norton Reservoir
Photograph by Wayne Browning - © All Rights Reserved

Be sure to check out this published series which talks just a little about what makes High Knob Special.

What Makes High Knob Special
by Wayne Browning & Wally Smith

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