DownS.EasternVa

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  1. Models have been trending southward in regards of wintry precip on Sunday. 6z Fvs now drops 3-5in of frozen precip across northern NC into S. & Se Va. Could be a decent event for those area's. Its still time to get it a lil more south, considering there are strong H pressures over top and behind the Arctic front. Wouldn't be surprised if models show more wintry precip as the front gets closer.
  2. So the 12km Nam just dropped another 5-6 inches in SEVA. Should be interesting.
  3. Meso models hinting at a dusting in extreme eastern Virginia tomorrow afternoon. Looks like some moisture gets pulled in off the Atlantic, heading north. Drops a dusting from Southside Hampton Roads thru the western Cues. Bay region.
  4. Yes hopefully everyone without power is safe as it will be brutally cold til Monday. I've been in HR all my life, I didn't experience my first true coastal blizzard until 2010 Boxing Day. We've done pretty good these last year's with snow, especially the ever elusive coastal BOMBS. Windwhip snow, 1.5' drifts, snow lovers rejoice.
  5. Measured a lil under 11 in Portsmouth, Va. Still have a couple hours of snow to go, let's get that foot.
  6. Yea unreal, I would consider boxing day a blizzard too, even without warnings. I felt slighted last year sleet killed the totals. But this baby is the real deal and still pouring.
  7. Measured a lil under 11 in Portsmouth, Va. Still have a couple hours of snow to go, let's get that foot.
  8. Measured a lil under 11 in Portsmouth, Va. Still have a couple hours of snow to go, let's get that foot.
  9. Snowing Heavy in P-Town(Portsmouth, Va) no mixing all night so far been coming down since 8:30. Pushing around 2.5 in, small flakes tho. The radar downstream looks unreal if that's all snow, somebody is getting 1' plus.
  10. Snowing Heavy in P-Town(Portsmouth, Va) no mixing all night so far been coming down since 8:30. Pushing around 2.5 in, small flakes tho. The radar downstream looks unreal if that's all snow, somebody is getting 1' plus.
  11. Snowing Heavy in P-Town(Portsmouth) no mixing all night so far been coming down since 8:30. Pushing around 2.5 in, small flakes tho. The radar downstream looks unreal if that's all snow, somebody is getting 1' plus.
  12. Snowing mod. In Portsmouth, Va ( City Park). Been snowing pretty good for about an hour. Maybe 3/4 in. I've seen alot of storms in this area including both the 2010 boxing day and 2017 blizzard. This one might be the ONE this is just a perfect setup for us in Hampton Roads. It's not often we have a full duration all snow, last I remember was 2010 boxing day that was 14+. WOOF
  13. Well the Canadian model didn't take it out to sea either, the GFS took it out to sea once a couple of runs ago. Since that run it's continually trended slightly west missing the kicker. Alot of other models are showing a hook now too, quite a few GFS ensembles show the hook too.It could get really interesting if conditions are favorable after if escape back into the Atlantic. Everyone from NC to Boston should keep an eye out. It seems like the hook back into the mainland is becoming more increalsly common. Then again Sandy done the hook, and I think Joaquin was suppose to do the same but that been the only game in town so maybe not that common.
  14. That's interesting the trend is very noticeable. What could cause it to continually decline over decades as it has. There is also evidence that the tropical areas of Africa are becoming more dry. As weather people do you think global warming could have a totally different outcome on the tropical Atlantic than previously thought? There hasn't been an increase in storms or intensity its been quite the opposite. If so do we put enough stock into the important of tropical moisture into the S.E. US. I'm a believer in global warming I think within many of our lifetimes well start to see noticeable and unreversable effects. It's thought that the 1st effects of global warming would affect the tropics is this not clear writing on the wall?
  15. And on top of that point the el nino make the Bermuda high stronger. The super el nino maybe flexing its muscle like it has all summer.