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  1. Lookout when do you see the worst arriving for northeast Georgia? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Hey Jed. Good to see you again. I just sent you a message! What are your thoughts on the potential icing? Didn't you area get hit pretty hard in 2015?
  3. Haha would be nice. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Some ice on elevated surfaces, but yeah my car is wet. Last years icestorm had definite ZR accumulation by this time. A much warmer storm in the mid levels it seems.
  5. Lookout the 4K nailed this on its 12z run as I posted earlier. Also at least for my area despite the heavy returns over me it's a light to moderate at best rain. It's just an average sounding shower outside. While I imagine that WAA will overcome and the rain will become harder, as of now it's a nice shower. (Zr) in dawsonville. Temp is steady at 31. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. 31 and light zr in dawsonville Georgia. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Gotta say the 4K NAM nailed this today. Showed the warm up then cool down. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. For what it's worth the 12z NAM significantly upped ice totals across NE GA and the upstate from the 6Z run. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Care to explain your reasoning? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I've not seen to many times when an ENE wind brings moisture in North East GA. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Can someone post ffcs afd please? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Same. Looks like FFC is scared to make their final call. Whether to pull down the watches and issue advisories or to issue warnings. Really a no win situation for them, and very hard to forecast. I won't be surprised to see a winter weather advisory for Hall County-Northeast for the potential of morning freezing drizzle. I'll be surprised if they issue a warning at this point.
  13. Perhaps, but for ice every storm I have seen needs to at least be below Macon for my area. (Near Gainesville, GA). With that being said you can tell the wedge is moving in. Stiff E winds and its clouding up. It'll be a close call.
  14. I have lurked on this board for years, and maybe this is wrong for me to say but why is it you are always so negative on storm chances? While I understand the models are looking warmer, and if we do indeed get an alps runner it will be rain, but I have seen models fail again and again with CAD. Both in winter AND SPRING. This is some bone dry air. Won't this be more of a now casting situation OTP? Are 2005 and 2015 not two good case studies on modeling NOT picking up on the potential a dry cold airmass has? Again no disrespect intended,just trying to understand.