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21 minutes ago, firefighter556 said:

No cold air to go with it. Winter is over

What do you call that out there today?  It was 33,34 degrees and is just 36 now...  It does not have to be arctic cold to snow... 30-34 is just right

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The models are showing good signs... but they have throughout winter, only to have it all disappear. I'm optimistic, but I won't get excited until we're less than 7 days away. I've been burned too many times this year.

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Talledega Al   42 and pea sized hail because of  cold air aloft

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Just now, RickyD said:

Talledega Al   42 and pea sized hail because of  cold air aloft

I had sleet this morning with 44 degrees

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Just now, NorthGeorgiaWX said:

I had sleet this morning with 44 degrees

Friend in Ringgold sent me a pic of snow falling there just about an hour ago

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1 minute ago, LHarkins913 said:

Hubby is just north of Cleveland TN and driving through lots of sleet !

It's still in the 30's there right now.

 

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We had two nights of the revival at Walnut ridge Arkansas ( Friday and Saturday) with Freezing rain.  It was on the trees, windows and railings.  Roads were still clear both nights

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Is it just me, or does anyone else find it odd to be having thunder and lightening with such cold temps? 

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It's 39 and pouring here in Marietta, are the temperatures supposed to keep dropping or are we just going to sit at a very cold rain?

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It's 40° and thundering to beat the band here in Doraville! How is the atmosphere so unstable for a thunderstorm at 40°?

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42 minutes ago, Wendy4 said:

INTERESTING!!

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Been watching that for several days now. But again... until I'm within 7 days... nothing more than a dream.🙂

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Could we be seeing a change today? Temperature been dropping 

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Lots of rotation with height, and very robust upper level winds. Lucky we don't have any heat. 

The upper level winds are pretty stout today and aiding in lift.

Here's a look at the shear. Notice how the direction completely reverses as you go up.

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4-6km 

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6-11km

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12 minutes ago, NorthGeorgiaWX said:

Lots of rotation with height, and very robust upper level winds. Lucky we don't have any heat. 

The upper level winds are pretty stout today and aiding in lift.

Here's a look at the shear. Notice how the direction completely reverses as you go up.

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4-6km 

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6-11km

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That explains the hail we saw at 38°F

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12 minutes ago, KingOfTheMountains said:

Starting to get in on the lightning and thunder action up here now. Meanwhile it’s 34 degrees and we’re under a winter weather advisory lol

What a day

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