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a5ehren

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
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    Atlanta, GA
  1. The January 7-8th possible CAD storm

    FFC is putting ZR in the grids for the North Metro already, which is surprising. For ATL, this whole event hinges on how fast the wedge erodes, but I suspect upstate SC and W NC will have less issues with that.
  2. I saw a couple cloud lightning flashes, but no thunder. That's a first for me.
  3. I definitely don't envy anyone who has to make money forecasting a rn/sn line down here. Good luck and thanks for dropping in!
  4. I just went back to mainly IP in Dunwoody, so we'll see. It seems to be bouncing back and forth right over the metro.
  5. FWIW, this is the exact same pattern we had around ATL this afternoon. The snow will come back in a few hours.
  6. Yep, back to almost all SN here. Looks pretty just like earlier today.
  7. Snow starting to mix back in here in Dunwoody. Still a lot of sleet and rain with it.
  8. Haha, yeah. I was planning to do a ton of yardwork tomorrow...whoops.
  9. More sleet mixing in again here. Can tell by how the sound changes.
  10. Yeah. I think it about lines up with what the HRRR was showing for the inner Metro though. We should be due for another inch or so on the back side tonight?
  11. I think we're back to all rain in Dunwoody.
  12. Seem to be going back to a snow/sleet/rain mix in Dunwoody. I can hear the pellets. The big difference between today and Snowmageddon is that event was a quick drop into the upper-20s after precip had started. We'll be hanging around the freezing line until overnight tonight.
  13. Dunwoody is getting the heaviest rate I've seen in several years. The WSW seems pretty well justified, and I'm barely in it.
  14. Dunwoody is all snow now. Was a mix when I got home ~40 minutes ago. Pretty decent rates now.
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