SouthWake33

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  1. 5 minutes ago, PackGrad05 said:

    Perhaps I've been reading things incorrectly, but I thought precip was arriving in Wake County around 6-7AM and lasting for 6-7 hours.  That would have it ending around 1PM.

    Has the timing shifted?  or amounts decreased?

    Grit posted euro details from 12z that indicated roughly 12 hours of snowfall for RDU...7 to 7.  


  2. 2 minutes ago, Poimen said:

    That's the end of the run. Will have to come back at 0Z to see if it's the same. 

     

    2 minutes ago, Poimen said:

    That's the end of the run. Will have to come back at 0Z to see if it's the same. 

    Thanks.  Look forward to seeing what future runs bring!


  3. 2 minutes ago, Cold Rain said:

    I just don’t see how the meso models are going to be correct here when none of the globals are coming around to them.

    I hear you CR, but just last year we had a storm where some group of the globals showed snow for our parts right up to go time while the mesos showed the snow being 50-100 miles west of here...I’m sure you remember which won out there.

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  4. 1 hour ago, Met1985 said:

    Do we have any big Whiskey, Scotch, or bourbon fans around here? I have recently gotten into trying out some good liquors for great taste.

    I've gotten into bourbon lately and have enjoyed Blade and Bow.  It's hard/impossible to find in NC though.  Weller 12 year is supposedly from the same mash as Pappy 23 year which is supposedly one of the best ever.  Let me know if you have any recommendations.

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  5. A mix of euro and gfs would be a good solution for a lot of us imo.  At 120 hrs they are fairly similar to one another.  GFS was about 50 miles further south with the southern wave and the high pressure was slightly stronger.  Beyond 120hrs the euro has a strong phase while the gfs keeps the streams separate.  Is the euro biased toward phasing?


  6. 3 minutes ago, mrdaddyman said:

    Step in the right direction. Slower with the system coming out of Texas. It's just not cold enough though. Rain for everyone outside of the mountains.

    Are you able to see what happens between 144 and 168?  I'm assuming the cold doesn't get in here quick enough.  From a timing standpoint the storm comes through almost 48 hours earlier on the euro compared to the gfs.