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  1. goldsborosnow

    General Severe Weather

    1:30pm SPC update: ...Carolinas to the Middle Atlantic region... Southern-stream shortwave trough will deamplify as it becomes absorbed within the base of an amplifying northern-stream trough and move off the Atlantic Seaboard early Friday. The northern-stream trough will continue through the Carolinas and Middle Atlantic region during the day accompanied by a cold front. Modest low-level moisture with dewpoints in the upper 50s to lower 60s F will advect through the warm sector along a 50 kt low-level jet. This in conjunction with some cloud breaks will destabilize the boundary layer with MLCAPE from 500-1000 J/kg possible. Some thunderstorms may be ongoing along the NC coast early Friday in association with the leading shortwave trough. Farther upstream, storms are expected to intensify along and ahead of the cold front as the boundary layer destabilizes from VA into NC and possibly as far south as SC. Strengthening mid-upper wind profiles accompanying the northern-stream shortwave trough will support 40-45 kt effective bulk shear supportive of embedded organized structures with storms developing within the evolving squall line and some supercells with any storms developing ahead of the line. Damaging wind appears to be the main threat, but isolated tornadoes are also possible. Severe threat should end by early evening as the cold front moves offshore.
  2. goldsborosnow

    General Severe Weather

    . Marginal Risk for Eastern NC, VA, SC, and Central Florida tomorrow afternoon.
  3. goldsborosnow

    April 2019 Observations

    1.71" inches of rain yesterday at the house in Pikeville and was able to observe the wall cloud associated with the tornado warning near Downtown Goldsboro.
  4. goldsborosnow

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

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    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    Tornado Watch coming soon.
  6. goldsborosnow

    General Severe Weather

    The SPC has an enhanced risk for Eastern North Carolina on Friday.
  7. goldsborosnow

    April 2019 Observations

    Received an inch yesterday for a two day total of 2.25".
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    April 2019 Observations

    1.25" over the last 24 hours in Pikeville.
  9. goldsborosnow

    General Severe Weather

    SPC went with a much larger slight risk area with the 2:00am update.
  10. goldsborosnow

    December 8-10 Winter Storm Obs

    Light snow falling in Downtown Goldsboro.
  11. goldsborosnow

    2018 General Severe Weather

    Pictures of the severe thunderstorm taken from Pikeville about an hour ago.
  12. goldsborosnow

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2018

    There was a thread titled "The Big Wet" during one of those summers. I can't remember the year, but it was in the 2012 or 2013 time frame.
  13. goldsborosnow

    2018 General Severe Weather

    Showers developing east of Raleigh and the cold front itself showing up just west of Durham.
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    2018 Banter Thread

    "gulf coast convection may rob moisture transport"
  15. goldsborosnow

    1/16-1/17 Event OBS

    I couldn't agree more.
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