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  1. Thankfully, this didn't work out so well here: Special Weather Statement National Weather Service Peachtree City GA 353 AM EST Sat Feb 8 2020 GAZ027-036-037-041>044-046>048-052>057-066>068-082100- Madison-Clarke-Oconee-Haralson-Carroll-Douglas-South Fulton- Rockdale-Walton-Newton-Heard-Coweta-Fayette-Clayton-Spalding- Henry-Troup-Meriwether-Pike- 353 AM EST Sat Feb 8 2020 Rain mixed with snow will be possible during the early morning hours. Temperatures at that time will range mostly in the upper 20s to lower 30s. It is possible that a brief period of freezing rain accompanies the precipitation which would create some traffic concerns. No accumulation is expected as temperatures should gradually rise into the 40s by early afternoon bringing a transition to all rain.
  2. About to be a wrap here. Going to wind up with about an inch. Considering it was modeled here to be mostly rain and it stayed snow from start to finish I'm impressed. The inner weenie is a bit ticked that the timing wasn't a few hours earlier, but this was a good bust here.
  3. I'm beginning to think it's going to stay all snow here for the duration. Even when the rates slack off, the precip remains pure snow. About another hour or two to go it looks like here.
  4. Really amazing to see such large, fluffy flakes at 34.
  5. First flakes flying mid-way between Atlanta and Athens Ga.
  6. Regarding the slight south of due west movement of the past couple of hours, the NHC included this possibility in their cone graphic. Out of respect to the Ukie ensembles, I presume. Just noise unless it persists of course.
  7. HWRF a bit closer to Florida through 45hours. Notably, the model never stalls Dorian like the globals do.
  8. Yeah, you made me go look him up LOL. IDK, I guess I'm just old school and expect a proper CAT 5 to be sub 920.
  9. 941MB would be unprecedented for a CAT5. I suspect that may be part of their reasoning.
  10. Dorian has been moving due W the past several hours. Will be interesting to see if this continues through the night or even loses a bit of latitude.
  11. This is no doubt accurate. Misses MBY to the west and east.
  12. Thanks for starting a thread on this. With such quickly falling temps, it won't take much to be quite impactful.
  13. Really doesn't show a late bloomer off the Carolina coast in the classic sense. There is a 999mb low crossing Tampa before heading up the coast. Throw in the almost the almost inevitable NW trend and we have a board-wide monster. Of course, the bigger question is do the models start to converge on a strong SE storm in the NE gulf over the next couple of days.