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  1. Mostly ZR with a few sleet pellets mixed in. I'm surprised that we're already getting ZR. That warm nose means business. Also means we may switch over to rain towards the height of the storm.

    I need some help understanding this, are you saying its possible to have rain when it's this cold at the surface, or are you expecting that temperatures could increase? It's 22 degrees at my house, hard to imagine anything that falls not sticking/freezing. Thanks in advance for any clarification you can offer.

  2. I also added the change from one run of the RAP or HRRR't total precip compared to the previous run. So think of it as if the 18z RAP showed 0.75 at your station and the 19z RAP showed 0.5 it would show up as -0.25.


    I attached a sample of the RAP change for the 23z run minus the 22z run.

    So if I'm reading this right the more southern part of the system strengthened between runs more relative to the northern part??

  3. Guys I know it is TWC, but I was looking at their 10 day for GSP this afternoon and per their forecast it is a return to December all next week with highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s and 40s. Hope it's wrong - double yuck! :angry:

    Coincidentally I was just looking at TWC forecast for my area and they are showing a chance of freezing rain on Thursday and light snow on Friday (next week of course)...doubt it.

  4. NC Mountains Snow Totals Summary courtesy of


    Snow Reports from Saturday 01NOV14[/size]


    Alleghany County: [/size]Ennice[/size] 2"; Glade Valley 4"; Laurel Springs 6"; Sparta 4" [/size]


    Avery County: Banner Elk 5"; Beech [/size]Mtn[/size] 8.5"; [/size]Linville[/size] 3"; Jonas Ridge 1" [/size]


    Ashe County: [/size]Creston[/size] 2.5"; [/size]Fleetwood[/size] 4.5"; Grassy Creek 2"; Lansing 3.5"; [/size]Laurel Springs 4.5"; Todd 4"; West Jefferson 5.3" [/size]


    Buncombe County: Arden 6"; [/size]Asheville[/size] 3"-6"; [/size]Fairview[/size] 3-6"; [/size]Riceville 7"; [/size]Swannanoa[/size] 4"-6"; [/size]Weaverville[/size] 6"-7" [/size]


    Grayson County, VA: Independence 2"-4"; Elk Creek 4"; [/size]Galax 3.8"; Laurel Valley 5" [/size]


    Haywood County: Clyde 3"; Luck 18"; Maggie Valley 8"; Upper [/size]Crabtree[/size] 3-4";[/size]Upper Fines Creek 6-8"; [/size]Waynesville[/size] 3" [/size]


    Henderson County: [/size]Hendersonville[/size] 2"-5.5"; Flat Rock 3"; Tuxedo 5" [/size]


    Madison County: Hot Springs 8"; Mars Hill 7"; Marshall 6"-7"; Spring Creek 22" [/size]


    Mitchell County: [/size]Buladean[/size] 5" [/size]


    Watauga County: [/size]Bethel[/size] 5"; Blowing Rock 3"; Boone 3-4"; [/size]Deep Gap 5"; Hound Ears 3"; Rich [/size]Mtn[/size] 13"; Seven Devils 4";[/size]Sugar Grove 5-6"; Valle [/size]Crucis[/size] 4-5"; [/size]Zionville[/size] 6" [/size]


    Note nearly two feet of snow at highest elevations along the NC/TN line from Madison County to the Smokies![/size]

    Is there a total for Snake Mtn in watagua county by chance? Thanks!