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Inthepines

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    Columbia Heights, DC

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  1. Inthepines

    December 9/10 Storm

    Based on what I’m seeing and hearing you should see a flake or two momentarily out in Prince William.
  2. Inthepines

    2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    So how much snow is there in downtown Asheville? Can’t find reports anywhere.
  3. Inthepines

    December 9/10 Storm

    Makes my job as a high school history teacher look like a breeze. A lot of awesome snow (and stories though). Hopefully we can will an inch tom
  4. Inthepines

    December 9/10 Storm

    Reminding me of my year and a half as a social worker on the Allegheny front of West va
  5. Inthepines

    December 9/10 Storm

    Yeah, Asheville is tough because of it’s location deep in the French Broad River valley surrounded by mountain. But the whole area is much warmer than forecast.
  6. Inthepines

    December 9/10 Storm

    Duck pics?
  7. Inthepines

    December 8-10 Winter Storm Obs

    Same. Good luck guys! Looks like one hell of a storm. I just moved to dc from Asheville last summer. Hope everything pans out!
  8. Inthepines

    December Banter 2018

    His screen name was def accurate
  9. Inthepines

    December 9/10 Storm

    Wow! That’s impressive for Wednesday do you have some elevation?
  10. Inthepines

    December Banter 2018

    Boone, Barnardsville, Newland, Spruce Pine, and Burnsville all look like they will be hammered. I lived in AVL for two years, its in a bowl surrounded by massive mountains. Its almost impossible to get more than a foot of snow there.
  11. Inthepines

    December Banter 2018

    Boone's climate is awesome for being so far south. Cold, snowy and gorgeous (but the wind can be just too much!)
  12. Inthepines

    December Banter 2018

    Ha! I would have for sure chased this one, but I'm a high school teacher, can't risk being stuck down there all week. My one buddy I'd stay with lives way up in the mountains
  13. Inthepines

    December Banter 2018

    Just a quick aside for anyone considering going to western North Carolina to chase the storm. Public works in the south are far different from those in the north. Even though Boone averages 35 inches of snow a year, the state of North Carolina pays for ike 2 snowplows. In major snowstorms, the area is totally crippled, you will be stuck for a couple days until melting commences!
  14. Inthepines

    December Banter 2018

    Id suggest Boone for this one. Wytheville, Va looks close to ground zero as well. Boone is a much nicer town to visit though (kind of like a mini Asheville). I actually chased a bunch last winter around Asheville (the mountains get hammered while the city stays dry).
  15. Inthepines

    December 9/10 Storm

    Clearly less than 18 inches
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