NCSU_Pi

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  1. Ground turning white in Swift Creek. My temp has dropped 1.7 degrees in the last 25 minutes.
  2. All snow in Swift Creek, now. My thermometer says 37.
  3. Well, even if things completely bust tomorrow, we'll always have tonight's win over Duke.
  4. Yeah, but saying that the times when it's snowed supports the model that said that it was going to snow, so therefore we should believe it when it says it will snow is at most half of the consideration. I could make a 'model' that says it will snow every day, and it would meet that standard. The other part of it is: how often has it called for significant snow and then been wrong this far out?
  5. So is it really a quadruple threat cage match with the 3k and 12k NAMs on different sides?
  6. Any chance we can get the rest of this game in Carter-Finley called off because of a sudden... weather... something?
  7. On the 10 minute drive home from dinner around 7:00, the cooldown was starting. For the first 5 minutes of the drive, my car said 82. By the time I got home, it was 79. As I stepped out, I felt three whole raindrops. I think those were literally the only raindrops.
  8. I think when people refer to the daily record, they probably mean the record on that day. Fran was hitting Wilmington on 9/5.
  9. Via WECT: this rotation got confirmed on-the-ground, and there were 911 calls from Bald Eagle Lane in Wilmington related to home damage from it.
  10. The impact of Dorian could result in maps having to be redrawn after all the impacts to inlets and barrier islands and whatnot are accounted for. Here's the projection the White House released:
  11. NCSU_Pi

    Dorian

    When you live in a dirt floor shack near the river, you don't exactly have a lot of options.
  12. NCSU_Pi

    Dorian

    Yeah, I'm not too worried about them. They're up high enough that not even the Cat 5 storm surge model touches their house. They'll have to deal with power outages and all that, but they'll be fine. They're in good shape, and it's not like they're elderly. I went down after Florence and we rode around Ash and the areas around the Waccamaw. It just became a giant swamp. And the people that live there, for the most part, lacked the means to deal with something like that. It was just tragic.
  13. NCSU_Pi

    Dorian

    And with that, both the parents and in-laws are in Hurricane Warnings. I already know my parents are planning on staying in Shallotte. I need to see what the in-laws are planning in the Porter's Neck area. They're really low, with their back up against a tidal creek off Middle Sound.
  14. NCSU_Pi

    Dorian

    For reference, based on what the guy said in that last video, what the houses around him looked like, and where the winds were coming from, I think it's here: https://www.google.com/maps/place/26°34'15.4"N+78°34'31.0"W/@26.570937,-78.5758192,252m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d26.5709368!4d-78.5752717 But if that's too speculative for the storm thread, please delete.