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Nic

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  1. 3 hours ago, Mevarts said:

    My 8 year old loves all things weather.  He’s wearing his favorite gift from Christmas! He followed yesterday’s events all day until the weather got here - and then he was hiding under a blanket, lol.  He’s a meteorologist in progress, ha ha!

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    Where did you get that shirt? I want one lol


  2. The line chased us back home from Gadsden, I underestimated the speed at which the line was moving and saw some considerable wind damage along the way. Clocked winds at over 70 at one point, as we were trying to get out of the core. That was a helluva QLCS! Back home safe in Blue Ridge.

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  3. I've finally got a VERY fine misting snow north of Blue Ridge by about 3 miles from what hasn't finally dried up before it got here. The Hi Res is looking more and more accurate. Fannin county is cursed, dries right up lol grrr. They did just release a 2 hour delay for the schools in the morning here.


  4. 5 minutes ago, KingOfTheMountains said:

    For now that's probably best treated as an outlier. It's like 12-18 hours faster than the previous run. Run to run differences that large shows the models just don't have a handle yet. I'd rather skip the ice anyway, so if that happens, I hope it trends colder. 

    Lets hope!

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  5. 5 minutes ago, KingOfTheMountains said:

    Yeah the low is way north on this run and the high in the NE is moving out too fast while the high over the Midwest is late. Not enough stream separation on this run. The southern stream energy gets sucked into the trough instead of holding back. The low is in New York City when at the same time on 6z it was on the Mississippi/Alabama gulf coast. 

    Yeehaw lol wow


  6. 11 minutes ago, KingOfTheMountains said:

    Yeah I'd imagine that was due to shallow moisture not reaching the height for snow growth, therefor it just fell as drizzle. We see that a lot on the backsides of the big storms too. Shallow moisture hanging around in the upslope flow not high enough to generate ice crystals. And yeah, Glenn has become a bit reckless over the last couple years it seems. 

    I may be misguided, but it's almost as if he doesn't realize the scope and viral ability of the things he posts. Like he expects people to understand that because this is a ways out, not to get crazy. Then his post gets shared 13k times and everyone goes bonkers. It gets tiring screaming **THIS IS NOT A FORECAST** 

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