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goldsborosnow

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  • Birthday 05/29/1983

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  1. Several reports of trees down on powerlines in Wayne County NC during the last hour.
  2. 2.27" in Pikeville last night for a monthly total of 5.40".
  3. 0.39" in Pikeville yesterday evening. The grass is turning green again.
  4. Ended up with a 12 hour total of 1.81" which is the highest single day rainfall total in my back yard since July 27th of last year.
  5. Finally got a good rain in my backyard in Pikeville NC. 1.30" and counting!
  6. People in my area got 1-2" of rain, but only .14" in my yard. Better than nothing, but still a fail.
  7. Another .01" today. Two days of measurable rain in a row for a grand total of .03" in Pikeville NC!
  8. I think the combination of the dry ground and pretty extensive cloud cover messed things up for us yesterday. I definitely had my hopes up since it was during the peak heat of the day. I think it's to the point now of needing a tropical system or a deep tropical fetch for few days to get things back to normal.
  9. The .03" that fell in my backyard yard in Pikeville yesterday brings my monthly total to .35" for the month. Storms have missed my house by a matter of 1-2 miles in all directions over the last 4-6 weeks.
  10. .30" in Pikeville NC which is the biggest 24hr rainfall total that I've had in my backyard since early May.
  11. We had a few hundredths of an inch earlier in Pikeville, now the sun is out and it's a steambath, but at least the wind is blowing.
  12. Only .11" in my back yard in Pikeville. We were missed to the north and the south by three or four different storms.
  13. Question for the group. The attached image is from the 0z NAM3K last night and it was showing snow in the circled area which is south of the 540 line on the map. The image was valid for hour 10 of the model run. Is it possible to receive snow between the 540 and the 546 line like the image shows, or would it be strictly rain?
  14. 3.5" for Pikeville on top of 1/4" of sleet.
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