I will plow you a road to see the 25inches
That's a disappointment...I'm only in the 18 to 20 inch range and a few counties to my west are getting 25 inches. That just isn't right!
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I got the map from the AMS Journals Online. The map is actually total monthly snowfall for March 1927, but it gives a good representation of the snow that accumulated during that snowstorm since no snow fell, with the possible exception of the mountains, for the rest of the month.
In looking at past storms, this one is the most impressive that I've found with respect to widespread, large accumulations across the state. Where did you get that map if you don't mind me asking?
I make a cameo appearance every now and then. I hope you are doing good.
It is AWESOME to see you posting! Long time-no see Bro! I hope all is well!
I'm afraid we just had the Robert Storm. We can still hope for another though.
Looks like what Foothills was talking about earlier in the season. If I recall, he was confident that a cut-off would deliver a big snowstorm to someone before this winter was over. If future runs pick up on this, and if other members get on board with the idea, we should name it "The Robert Storm". Will be interesting to watch this unfold.
Agree; and, ironically while the Coast may still be storming. Lingering moisture and a real 850 temp crash behind the front should bring the northwest NC mountains accumulating upslope snow above 3,500 FT. Edit: Little s/w through WV could try to concentrate moisture up that way, and delay best wind direction over NC mtns Friday eve. However I expect a few hours of sticking snow showers for northwest NC mtns late Friday night into pre-dawn Sat.
This weekend looks interesting for the mountain regions to see some upslope snow. Might just be light but still nice to snow flying in the air.
That's from the 06z run right? Also, you are looking at hour 180 or so?
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