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Nic

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  1. If it's not going to snow, at least it's enjoyable weather. Could be 40's and rain lol
  2. HRRR with the good stuff for everyone! 11 hours and not done running. But hey-oh!
  3. Will it catch up? Big ole blue hues of that arctic air streaking in Paducah, Kentucky. Hope that cold air is east bound and down. See y'all in the morning.
  4. Okay. Newer HRRR and NAM again play a favorable chance. My wife went to sleep without me lol can't stop flipping between forum, close range models, and RadarScope. Ugh. I sure hope I have a snow day tomorrow because I'm sure I'll stay up too late.
  5. The new HRRR just told me to go to bed lol not a flake from the former honey hole of Fannin. Looks like the moisture might completely miss North Georgia except for metro Atlanta. Looks like they're still in the game called snow lol
  6. Sure is! HRRR still not picking up this moisture ahead of the front. I'm determined this is a good sign lol
  7. That's kind of what I thought. That can't be the front we're waiting for over western Tennessee already is it?
  8. Yes, and very accurate I've come to find. But what about the hydrometer scan thing. That's the tool I'm unfamiliar with lol.
  9. Oh I know it isn't snowing. That's why I wanted to know what the instrument measures. I don't use these tools chasing storms lol.
  10. Sorry to blow up the feed, but wanted to share this as well in conjunction with the other images. Looks like a very light sprinkle. But it intrigues me this wasn't picked up. What else isn't getting noticed?
  11. I don't understand what the bottom instrument is and what it really means. (blue color indicates dry snow on bar)
  12. Why didn't this show up on the HRRR or NAM? Seems likes it's actually getting juicier and hitting the ground. How might this affect things going forward?
  13. If it counts for anything, you can feel it in the air here in Blue Ridge. Being from Michigan, these spidey senses are strong lol. We'll see. When the NWS starts canceling advisories and warnings, I'll throw in the towel.
  14. Closings will start to roll in.... https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/minute-by-minute-atlanta-public-schools-closed-tuesday-ahead-of-snow-mix/911083400?fbclid=IwAR3gR7F1XZumAYTnZHDeWamAuiXQud1KWqdsoXuqCRwHPxB32GRrVNzEIXA
  15. Looks like warning's/advisory's will be issued first part of the afternoon per NWS ATL
  16. Going to get our sleds after dinner. Looks like we're in the honey hole for this event here in Blue Ridge. Now let's keep these snow accumulation trends going up for everyone!
  17. I have a hunch that my longing for a significant weather event is going to bite me in the butt. In a "normal" scenario, you know when the snow is coming and it comes gradually. This, however, is shaping up to be rain to frozen so quickly it's most certainly going to cause moderate to significant impacts in my area. At least my wife has an amateur weather wannabe, with enough insight (with the help of all of you) to let her plan her day much in advance as she drives for a living. We'll see in the morning.
  18. Still time for these amounts to increase and given some of the favorable wording still a little bit out, I'm inclined to believe it's going to more favorable for everyone. I guess I misspoke given my optimism as I'm in Blue Ridge.
  19. I know Steve normally gives this to us a little better presented, but Some really good words out Atlanta NWS....
  20. Thundersnow? Was I not supposed to say it? Lol
  21. Usually when it's that cold in northern Michigan (where I am from), you can't smell anything at all because it's so cold! But I can say that yes, the air has a certain scent when it's that cold, I just never knew it may have been ozone or if it even is. That I don't know. It kind of smells like "the ultimate fresh air" and pain. lol
  22. Alright, lets see some ensembles and graphics lol
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