Vol Man

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  1. You nailed it, Carver...from Twitter I-81 S in Sullivan Co Crash Multiple Vehicles at MM 70 at 4:40 PM 2/28 est clear by 5:41 PM 2/28 (ET
  2. Sorry...Indian Springs area...east Kingsport.
  3. Yes, Carver....just heard thunder in Indian Springs. Nice little shower right now.
  4. I think you are right, Carvers...that is the timeframe...guess the reference must be for anywhere in that forecast area. I don't specifically remember blizzard warnings being posted, but that has to be it. This link showed Mt. LeConte getting 32".. https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/national/2012/10/supplemental/page-6/
  5. Surprised SE Kentucky has never had a warning...but also the numbers don't seem to add up for NE Tennessee either. If my math is right, the last warning would have been about the first of November of 2012...I don't remember any warning that early. Does anyone remember that event?
  6. Finally started in East Kingsport a few minutes ago...nice covering on the deck already
  7. Interesting discussion on another one of the individual micro topography areas in our forum footprint.... Big Stone Gap lack of snow (Please feel free to move to another thread if needed!)
  8. Sure is, Carvers....I wanted to get a total before any settling and/or melting this afternoon.
  9. Same here, 1234....we ended up with just a tad over 11 inches! Definitely a surprise for this early in December!
  10. Update...up to about 9.5 inches! Wow....
  11. Indian Springs....just outside of Kingsport....yes, the models seemed to have done well, at least some of them. It will be interesting to do a debrief later and compare results vs. different models.
  12. Just remeasured... up to 8 inches, and pretty heavy rates with increase in wind right now