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It’s Cooler in Grayson!

By on Jul 10, 2012 in Grayson News |

We are getting some much needed rain and a welcome relief from the record high temperatures in Grayson County.

Grayson County is home to Mt. Rogers, the highest point in Virginia. Our typical high temps are in the eighties, we have had high nineties recently. Hot yes but our neighbors just 30 miles south and off the mountain are typically 10 degrees warmer year round.  This makes Grayson a destination in the summer to escape the heat and in the winter the 10 degrees means we have snow when our neighbors have rain, so we have visitors coming to experience the snow. The 10 degrees also make Grayson County an ideal place to raise and finish cattle on grass. Our cattle, just like our visitors, are more comfortable and thrive here.