goldsborosnow

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  • Birthday 05/29/1983

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  1. Two tornadoes on the ground at the same time east of Tallahassee.
  2. If yall get a chance and are interested, check out my group on Facebook called "Whats up with the Sky NC". I started it back in December with a goal of having a place to share interesting or unusual(manmade or natural) events in the sky. Clouds, rockets, solar and lunar events, ISS crossings, sunrises, sunsets, etc are all welcome. Check it out and ask to join if you're interested and just because it says NC doesn't mean it's limited to only people in North Carolina. If you decide to join, feel free to invite others. The more, the merrier!
  3. Debris Ball near Nashville TN.
  4. 2.5 Inches in Pikeville NC with mostly wet roads this morning. The bridges are icy with quite a few traffic accidents.
  5. The same thing here in Goldsboro with Dish Network.
  6. The Pamlico River in Little Washington is reading below sea level right now thanks to the strong westerly winds.
  7. A large Slight Risk area up for the Southeastern US.
  8. Lot of tree damage in Southern Wayne County from this storm. Trees and minor structure damage being reported. The roof of a school was damaged in Sampson County.
  9. Marginal Risk up for parts of the area tomorrow.
  10. I've heard quite a few reports of sleet in the Tarboro/Rocky Mount area. Even a report of snow mixed in near Scotland Neck in Halifax County.
  11. In a stroke of irony, Rocky Mount released a large volume of water from the reservoir to make from for Dorian's rainwater. In doing so, they created a larger rise in the river than the hurricane did.
  12. 5.25" in Pikeville. The highest sustained wind was 37mph with gusts in the mid 40's. Two downed trees in the neighborhood with 15 trees reported down on roadways in Wayne County per the 911 center.
  13. 2.3" so far with a peak gust of 29mph in Pikeville.