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  1. The weather has been pretty quiet the past week around here. Though I have to say, I think I'd prefer the constant rain to all this pollen.
  2. Cold morning out there. 29 degrees in Dahlonega at 7 am.
  3. I'll pass on more precip, wintry or otherwise. The ground is still soaked and my family's property is a swamp. Lake Lanier hit the third highest recorded level this morning, and we're just over a foot away from hitting the highest recorded lake levels ever.
  4. I’m jealous of y’all. It finally warms up in Georgia and I’m camping out in Johnson Valley, CA all week for a race. High in the mid to upper 40s, low in the 30s, with 45+ mph wind gusts sending dust across the valley. I’m not counting out the winter, but I’m not counting on a good snow either. I think if we do get something, it will be a surprise. Either way, I’ll take the warm sunny weather over cold and rainy.
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  6. http://www.resortcams.com/webcams/lake-chatuge/ Hiawassee has some big flakes coming down now.
  7. https://twitter.com/RikkiKlausWSB/status/1090247420246663169
  8. Well, at least there was no traffic this morning. So there's that.
  9. That can't be right, according to NWS its 56 in Nashville, 55 in Chat.
  10. Steve, how does this setup compare to the event 5 years ago today? The predicted timeline appears almost identical to that event, with snow starting around midday Tuesday.
  11. Wait till we get within a few hours of the event. Things start to get crazy quick around here.
  12. Every time there has been a remote chance of snow or ice I’ve seen them roll the trucks. They had salted the roads last weekend up in Union and White County.
  13. 1 or 2 degrees either direction could be the difference between a cold rain and several inches of snow. Everything has to be just right, and it could still change in the hours leading up to an event. I'm sure Chuck or Steve will explain it better, but a lot of it probably has to do with blocking from the mountains as well. On the model shown earlier, you can see that the change of snow to mix correlates with the location of the higher parts of the foothills.
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