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    Eden, NC / Davao City, PH

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  1. Had a wind gust at my location just NW of Eden of 57mph at 6:10pm as a line of storms moved through.
  2. I suppose it could be hail then. It was textbook graupel up this way. I also measured a 39 mph wind gust around the same time the shower was passing through.
  3. It's graupel. We had a shower pass through Eden about an hour ago producing the same.
  4. We're having a nice little event here along the NC/VA border. Special Weather Statement National Weather Service BLACKSBURG VA 244 AM EST Sat Feb 29 2020 NCZ001>005-019-VAZ015-016-032-043-290845- Stokes-Surry-Rockingham-Ashe-Wilkes-Alleghany-Henry-Grayson-Patrick- Carroll- 244 AM EST Sat Feb 29 2020 ...A BAND OF HEAVY SNOW WILL AFFECT LOCATIONS NEAR THE BORDER OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA... At 241 AM EST, a band of heavy snow extended from near Nella through Cana to near Horse Pasture. Movement was east at 40 mph. Locations impacted include... Eden... Mount Airy... Flat Rock... Mayodan... Sparta... Jefferson... and Dobson. Expect a rapid accumulation of up to an inch of snow along with visibility near zero at times. Roads will quickly become slippery and make driving hazardous.
  5. I ended up with around 2" at my location in Eden. It wasn't until a couple hours after the snow had tapered off before I could get a final measurement, so some compacting and melting took place, it may have been slightly higher. I'm currently watching an area of snow that has developed in East of Roanoke over the past hour that is drifting to the south. Several of the models have been showing some additional accumulations for the northern Piedmont from this feature, so it will be interesting to see if that will be the case.
  6. It's only a novelty at this point, but many of the models are continuing to show an area of light snow developing in Virginia and dropping into the northern Piedmont of NC before 7am. Accumulations look to be light, an inch or less on most of the models, but it's an interesting feature never the less. I have noticed the radar is just now starting to show returns blossoming between Roanoke and Lynchburg so this may be the beginning stages of what the models are showing. I'm not sure if I'm going to be able to stay awake long enough to see how this plays out though.
  7. I'm closing in on 1 1/2" in Eden. I'm not sure if I'll make it to two or not with the lighter returns on the radar to the west. The snow rates have become noticeably lighter over the past 30 minutes and the temperature has went back above freezing to 32.4.
  8. Starting to see a slushy accumulation on the road in front of my house. HRRR looks encouraging, but looking at radar things will probably start winding down soon in my area, at least the heavier rates of snow anyway.
  9. Seeing some pretty good snow rates at this time. The temperature has just dropped below freezing. Currently 31.8 with a dew point of 30.9.
  10. It's been just over an hour since the snow started here at my location just NW of Eden and I'm just now starting to see some accumulation in the grass with the temperature just above freezing at 32.7. The dew point has come up to 30.3 from the low 20's this morning.
  11. Starting to see the first flakes here in Eden. Very light at the moment. 39.2/25.1
  12. It's a long shot for sure and the area that would be affected extremely small geographically, but it could very well be the highlight of this event for some if it does in fact materialize with gusty winds and the higher ratios at the time it moves through. The latest run of the Canadian has a little over an inch of snow falling in the Greensboro area between 1am and 7am.
  13. I know it's not much, but for those in the Piedmont of NC a few of the models (GFS, Canadian, UKMET) have been showing a narrow band of light snow moving through from north to south between 1am and 6am Friday morning. This has been showing up for the past few runs and depending on the model looks like it might have the potential to bring an additional 1/2 to 1 inch of snow for those lucky enough to find themselves under it if it were to actually develop. It shows up nicely on the latest run of the RGEM
  14. Down to 33.1 and overcast with a dew point of 27.0.
  15. 37.6/27.2 Mainly Clear 2 miles NW of Eden, NC