Chuck

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  1. Enjoyed this link so thought I'd share.
  2. Daniel Huffman's 2019-2020 Preliminary Winter Forecast http://sewxalerts.com/2020pwf
  3. Remember George and family at this time. Kaki was an acquaintance of my daughter during their time together at Bob Jones University. Woman killed by suspected intoxicated driver in Greenville Co. crash was GA meteorologist's daughter
  4. My wet dry vac won't help under those conditions either! :-(
  5. Hush your mouth! I don't live far from you Burnsie. So far Pine Knolls is underperforming our near neighbors but are catching up quickly over the last couple hours. We're right around 4" since the rain started.
  6. After all of the earlier monsoon rains I purchased a rectangular Rubbermaid type storage box, set it over where 95% of my water leaks in, got me a pump and float switch, and am hoping it works. Got tired of having to use the wet dry vac.
  7. How about coyotes in Wallburg? Is that close enough?
  8. High Point's WGHP's Van Denton posted his GFS model view
  9. I'll pass. 5 hour trip to Williamsburg scheduled the 26th. Otherwise I'd be in.
  10. 12" with some areas drifting up to 13+". Currently getting a wetter snow with a bit of sleet/freezing rain mixed in. Temp 29° / 28° with winds 13/20 and pressure 30.09
  11. Heavier snow last twenty minutes. 9 1/4" measured on board out back twenty minutes ago. Off Piney Grove Rd north of Kville.
  12. What are the chances of the southeast moisture fetch continuing into and thru the winter? I know some is due to hurricanes, but nevertheless the two closest personal weather stations to where I live, one east and one west, both show me getting roughly 40" of rain over the past three months!
  13. Let's face it. When the rubber meets the road, all of this falls into a form of basic statistical analysis. You determine a problem or a desired positive result and look for a cause. In medicine, you have a disease and search for something you see over and over and you determine if there's a connection, and if so, the causation of the repeating observation. Same with finances, science, behavior, fishing and weather. If the fish tend to be biting more when it's cloudy, you'll fish when it's cloudy. If you get spanked for hitting your sister, you'll quit hitting your sister. If it snowed in the past when certain conditions occur, we go weany mode when we see these conditions. None of this results in a perfect prognosis, else cancer would have been cured aa long time ago. And as for Robert, I really appreciate his insights into our weather patterns!
  14. I worked for a large apparel company in IT. Planning looked 13 weeks out into the future driven by market trends, placed orders, and anticipated orders based on input from relations with the retail stores. I wasn't at the level of knowing what was discussed, only in supporting the IT infrastructure. I'm sure that weather would affect the retail stores order planning, which would then affect our planning thru a change in the placed and anticipated orders.
  15. FLOODING AND DOWNED TREES MAKING TRAVEL EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS IN NC I-95 CLOSED THROUGH CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA I-95 is closed in both directions between Exit 138 (US 64) and Exit 65 (NC-82) near Dunn, due to flooding and a crash. Through traffic from I-95 in Georgia is advised to use I-16 West to I-75 North to I-81 North to I-64 East back to I-95 in Virginia. Traffic from I-95 in Virginia is advised to use I-64 West to I-81 South to I-75 South to I-16 East back to I-95 in Georgia. I-40 CLOSED BETWEEN WILMINGTON AND I-95 All Lanes of I-40 are closed in both directions near Warsaw between Exit 364 (NC-24) and Exit 369 (US-117) due to flooding.
  16. 34.0/33.0 still 29.88" Pine Knolls 4.5 miles north of Kernersville with light snow falling, moderate sized flakes. Starting to stick to deck but also per radar coming to an end.
  17. 34.5/33.0 29.88" Pine Knolls 4.5 miles north of Kernersville with light snow falling, moderate sized flakes.
  18. Daughter in Wallburg, NC reporting sleet with snow mixed in. 34.5/34.0 29.51" and falling
  19. Temp trend not good at present north of Kville. Currently 47.7°
  20. Van temp display fell from 40°->37° as rain began to fall then picked up in intensity on twenty five minute trip from Wallburg to Pine Knolls in northeast corner of Forsyth County between Kernersville and Stokesdale. Lightning accompanied us on trip
  21. You can see the impact from this storm by looking at Google maps with traffic turned on.
  22. Picture out my back yard. Not as pretty as prior since new neighbor built fenced around back yard.