WXinCanton

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    Canton, GA

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  1. I'm looking at Highlands, NC. Nice town and sits at 4,100 ft. They should get smoked, closest spot to Atlanta in my opinion. OF course subject to change
  2. Those wind gust maps are historically way overdone.
  3. I'm at about 10" still light snow coming down. I'm about to go snap some pics. I actually jackpotted on this one!
  4. Yes it does! Emerson looks good too, crazy to go from being fringed to stop going North! Hope all is well.
  5. SREF plumes mean is about the same for Gainesville, just over an inch.
  6. Hickory Flat area. We need QPF and precip to come NW vs current guidance. I would go with a car topper or deck dusting with what we have now, we are on the edge of a very sharp precip cutoff.
  7. Please tell me about the absolutes. The mind of a weenie, we all have it. I'm guilty
  8. Just curious, what should he have said yesterday? I'm sure you know there a ramifications being a broadcast met?
  9. FXUS62 KFFC 062043 AFDFFC Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Peachtree City GA 343 PM EST Wed Dec 6 2017 ...Potentially Hazardous Winter Weather Scenario Late Thursday Night Through Saturday Morning... .SHORT TERM /Tonight through Thursday Night/... Interesting but far from certain forecast over the next few days. Region remains in a cold pattern with a series of waves moving through the region. First wave brought the rain (and even some brief periods of sleet) to all but northwest Georgia today. Indications are that the next wave and surge of precipitation tomorrow into the beginning of the extended forecast period, Friday/Friday night, will be similar in distribution. Difference will be the temperature profiles and therein lies the uncertainty. Right now it looks like we start out tomorrow through much of tomorrow night with a cold rain with some snow mixing in across west-central and north Georgia by Friday morning. There is some potential for accumulations along and north of the I-85 corridor by sun-up Friday, but that area should be seeing fairly light precipitation amounts in that time frame. We will need to keep a close eye on how the future runs of the medium range models come together. For now confidence is not high enough in the next 36 hours for any advisories or watches. 20
  10. Surprised how dead the SE forum is, lots to talk about IMO.
  11. I might know someone in WV that has some space.