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About SimeonNC

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  • Birthday 08/25/1999

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    5 Miles NE of Downtown Charlotte
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  1. I have sleet covering the table in my back porch, hopefully the wave will have more snow.
  2. Light sprinkles in downtown CLT Sent from my Z983 using Tapatalk
  3. I have a feeling for our area this event is going to be like last year only with less mixing, South CLT/SC Suburbs might end up seeing nothing but rain and North CLT towards your neck of the woods will see the heavy wet snow. Personally as for my backyard I think I might end up constantly switching and mixing between the two.
  4. I doubt GSP are going to issue any advisories other than the HWO.
  5. Sorry if this is too banterish but for some reason even though every model has CLT getting at least some mixing tomorrow, TWC is still forecasting all rain.
  6. We all know that it's going to jog northwest, not to mention the models problems with precip extent and intensity. Right now this is where we should want to be
  7. I live about a mile north of the I-85 and five miles NE of uptown, so MBY is literally fringe city most of the time.
  8. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that by this time next week if all goes well we could be there tracking a legit threat.
  9. The CLT snowhole strikes again lol
  10. a N Atlantic ridge is still good right?
  11. The 300+ long range is warm-ish
  12. According to the winter storm database the minimum temp was four degrees, it would be awesome if we had a storm like that this season.
  13. Idk about you but this "torch" for my area is forecasted to end Tuesday according to TWC.
  14. I don't want to start a debate but I'm really starting to think with how climate change is affecting winter storms (and weather events in general) that snow amount forecasts for this year and future years to come are increasingly becoming unreliable as there is an increasing chance of a HECS each year. We've already seen with the past two years how single storms can make what were effectively dismal winters.