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Daniel Boone

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  1. There were several that month, depending on your location. Jan. 30 being the most prominent one. NWS Office's throughout area should have some data/info regarding Snowfalls that month. Google Jan. 2010 Snowstorms. There's plenty. Narrow to Tennessee Valley Snowstorms if you just want that.
  2. Wound up with 10" here from that one. All Snow. From TN/VA Line to Morristown 14 to 16" fell. Lollipop of 18" reported I think near Hamblen, Hawkins, Hancock line.
  3. Kmrx Rainfall forecast Graphics are way too low along the plateau and SE KY. I don't know how they derived that, tbh.
  4. Ive noticed in recent years , more times than not, HPC guidance underforecasts TC intensity as close in as a day in advance of landfall..They also almost always underforecast rainfall amounts, particularly in northern remnant track locations.
  5. Snow showers and flurries off and on since about 9:30.
  6. Came thru a heavy snow shower in Duffield as was coming back from Kingsport about 6:30 this Evening.
  7. About 4 and a half inches here in Jonesville. 6" + in Southern Lee Co. along Tn. Border.
  8. Ive noticed this happening strongly lately. Dont know the exact reasoning but, may be just the "newbies" basically doing estimates , or manipulating to their thinking on how they feel the area probably did in actuality in "their" minds. Quite possibly basing some of that on how models "see" the area. They also do this on their website with their, " this day in history". They mention way less snowfall amounts with events than actual reported amounts. Sad !
  9. Seasonal Total in Jonesville Va : 28.4 ".
  10. This was Norton, Va March 3, 1942. Dont know why pic loaded sideways.
  11. I, like Carvers don't disagree so much of our area averaging AN. My reasoning being due to the Nina forcing in the Pac mainly. However, changing wavelengths, possible continued HLB along with possible MJO effects considerably decreases the odds and magnitude of the AN prospects. The problem I have is NCEP's outlook in basically overamping, if you will, LaNina pattern reflection for March. They have 90 to 95 % of the U.S. forecasted AN.
  12. I see some outlets have already jumped the gun and pulled the trigger on their March outlook. Above to much above Temps for everywhere except Pac NW...Lol.
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