GunBlade

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KCLT
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    Stallings, few miles south of Charlotte

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  1. It’s basically an EF4 tornado with gusts into EF5, yet is bigger than many states in the country.....unreal.
  2. That didn’t work out so well for us last year. We got lows into the 50’s in august and not again until Mid October.... :/ Would love to not see that repeat again.
  3. Hard to tell in pics but huge flakes and sticking to many surfaces.
  4. Been snowing heavily in Stallings. Between Matthews and Indian trail.
  5. Big heavy wet snow in Matthews. This storm is baffling to me.
  6. And therein lies the problem with this area. Sure, the maybe storm Tue/Wed would be easier than a phase etc...but phases and coastal bombs are how we get the big snow here. Id rather have cold air here and hope for the gulf sliders going up the east coast. Anything in between is extra and helps it feel like winter.
  7. If there’s going to be a storm before the end of the month I wouldn’t be surprised if some models start consistently hinting at one in the next 3-5 days. The storm out west is just coming on shore and will be a big player in the changes to come. Let that tear things up for a few days and then see where we stand. Not surprising the models are all over the place with that going on.
  8. HRRR still way off on current temps. RGEM looks much better and has the 32 degree line basically right at Meck/Union border through the whole storm. Guess I will see what we wake up to in the morning.
  9. DP and Humidity both have dropped. Was at 32/29/88 now 32/28/86
  10. Oh sorry. I’ve had that bookmarked forever from someone else posting it years ago.
  11. Those all came from the link I provided except WB. I’m lazy and just type it into a calculator from a google search. And I just reimaged my computer so I’m also too lazy to go upstairs and look at my weather station reporting since it’s not on my phone.
  12. Crazy seeing other temps. It’s 33/28/82 here in Matthews, from the Matthews NOAA station. That’s a 31.1 WB...so not sure what’s going to happen here lol https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mesowest/timeseries.php?sid=F2338&num=72&banner=gmap&raw=0&w=325
  13. My intuition from living here my whole life is that whatever model doesn’t show wintry precip for my area will be the one that’s correct. Every event has been so marginal for years that I’ve forgotten what it’s like to just get a good snow with no sleet or ZR mixed in. And I’ve had more cold rains at 33 than I care to count but looks like we can tally another one up after this storm.
  14. Two things happen in almost every storm here. 1. CAD over performs 2. Warm nose over performs Same thing happened here last storm. Got way less snow (almost none) than modeled and much more ice than modeled, albeit just shy of being enough to cause major issues luckily, but it was never really modeled as a big ice storm for me. Would not be surprised at all to see the CAD over perform again and there be more ice. Question is how much ice though.