1bert1

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  1. Yea, I agree. That is why they are called "clown maps". Peace
  2. Damn, I was alive when it happened. I am surprised by that. Thanks for the heads up. I have been a member here for 11 years and even when it was Eastern Weather I was a member but I don't post much anyway. Peace!
  3. You live in my neck of the woods. Look at the link to the SE snowstorm of Feb 9-13 1973. You see any similarities? Even the date is close. Anyway I have hope but its to far off but I am amazed at the similarities. https://www.weather.gov/ilm/Feb1973Snow
  4. I know this is way out there but it really favors the Southeastern snow storm of 1973. I know this map is almost always wrong but it is interesting. https://www.weather.gov/ilm/Feb1973Snow
  5. Snow mixed with rain 30 miles north of Augusta GA.
  6. To me it looks like the ULL center is near Athens, Ga
  7. I am hoping this is the year that Macon, Augusta, Columbia gets a Miller A scenario and gets a good snow. It has been about 10 years since the fall line got a good snow.
  8. I understand 100%. I have moved back to where I grew up in the Augusta Ga area on Clarks Hill Lake and it is rough down here most of the time but in 1973 when I was 4 years old it snowed 16 inches here. I don't know if you were alive then or lived in Columbia then but talking with my Grand Father when he was alive and my Great Grandmother she remembered a heavy snow in the late 1880's and my Grand Father remembered a heavy snow when he was about 10 years old in the early 1910's both over 10 inches and then the 1973 snow. They lived to see both. I am 50 so I have seen one and I am gonna follow family tradition and live to see my second heavy snow, lol. These are rare but put down higher totals than most of the state! Here is a link to the NWS account of the 1973 storm..... https://www.weather.gov/ilm/Feb1973Snow Ran across this... https://www.weather.gov/cae/Snowfall_Total_Records_cor.html
  9. I can finally report sleet/rain mix just south of mall of GA
  10. I have been watching it all day and it has not moved much if any but I hope when the gulf low gets closer or goes by it will swing down the 0c line.
  11. Our main problem is the 850 mb is +2c almost straight up I-85 right now.
  12. I hear ya. I am in gwinnett. There is a wall here at the moment. A wall of due west winds. It kept me at 36 deg all day but the wind has shifted to the NW and I am now just above 32.0
  13. FCC WITH THE NAM NOW EXTENDING INTO MONDAY...IT IS BRINGING THE SURFACE LOW SOUTH OF ATL/AHN KEEPING NORTH GA IN THE COLD AIR WEDGE. WHAT IS LENDING TO A HIGHER CONFIDENCE OF THIS SCENARIO HAPPENING IS THE 12Z GFS IS NOW MUCH COLDER THAN THE PREVIOUS RUNS BRINGING THE SURFACE LOW IN A SIMILAR FASHION TO THE NAM. THE ONSET OF PRECIPITATION IS ALSO A LITTLE EARLIER THAN PREVIOUS RUNS AND THIS SHOULD AID IN KEEPING THE WEDGE OVER MUCH OF NORTH GA. SCATTERED/ISOLATED LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS SHOULD MOVE INTO EXTREME NORTH GA SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND SLOWLY INCREASE IN COVERAGE SUNDAY NIGHT. AS THE SURFACE LOW PULLS OFF TO OUR EAST...COLDER AIR WILL MOVE INTO THE CWA MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY CHANGING THE PRECIP TO A RAIN/SNOW MIX ACROSS MOST OF NORTH GA. THERE REMAINS A HIGH PROBABILITY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATIONS OF SNOW AND ICE...MAINLY ACROSS NORTHEAST GA.
  14. Special weather statement brings some hope for tomorrow around north metro ATL..... A COLD AIRMASS ALONG WITH A SERIES OF UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCES WILL INCREASE THE POTENTIAL FOR SNOW SHOWERS OR SNOW FLURRIES ON TUESDAY ACROSS NORTHWEST AND WEST-CENTRAL GEORGIA. ACCUMULATIONS OF 1/2 TO 1 INCH WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS DADE...WALKER...CHATTOOGA AND FLOYD COUNTIES. A DUSTING TO 1/2 INCH IS POSSIBLE TO THE SOUTH AND EAST OF THESE AREAS...INCLUDING THE ATLANTA METRO AREA. THE BEST CHANCE TO SEE SNOW SHOWERS AND ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE BETWEEN 10 AM AND 10 PM TUESDAY. SHORT BURSTS OF HEAVIER SNOW COULD ACCOMPANY THE SHOWERS BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON WHICH COULD QUICKLY COVER THE GROUND AND CAUSE SLICK ROADS