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Northern Foothills Snowman

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About Northern Foothills Snowman

  • Birthday 07/07/1961

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    10 Mi. SW of Mt .Airy NC 1200 ft elevation
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    Being in church every Sunday and Wednesday.
    Spending time with family and following snowstorms.
    Following NC tarheels Basketball & Football.

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  1. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

  2. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Can you share some of those maps for FV3 a s GFS?
  3. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Looks good to me. Robert at Wxsouth hasa great post about the cold coming
  4. Northern Foothills Snowman

    2019 Banter Thread

    Well earlier this weeks temps were supposed to be in the low 50’s today for highs. . This forecast is showing 48. Woke up to 43 this morning. Since rain has come in temperatures have actually dropped to 42 as of 12:30 pm.Dont know if thst will have an effect if rain were to chance over later.
  5. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    What if they are right?
  6. Is the Pattern change still trending in the right direction for SE cold and snow?

    I known models are still having a time. 

    Thanks for reading 

  7. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    it There again why do we go out 3 and 4 weeks. Summer looks hot in 6 months. Wow.
  8. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    We had snow in Surry County today. The ground was getting white. It came down fast and furious for a while. I’m just telling you this because no models were showing this. No mention of snow on our forecast until it was getting close. Just sying storms may come with very little warning
  9. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    If you are talking about Robert at wxsouth he was not close to punting. He had the flu. He even said on the 6th that a lot of people were thinking he was saying winter was cancelled. He said that was not what he was saying at all. He came out twice on the 14 th with Artic blast next weekend. Not this weekend but next week I don’t understand why when models show a snowstorm in 10’days some say it not going to happen or it’s a clown map. However let models show a warm up coming or a hick up in the model run and some of the same believe its ected in stone.
  10. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    And the best is yet to come for winter.
  11. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    That’s what I don’t understand about talk that MJO going warm in long range. We can’t even get a storm settled less than 4 days out but we know that MJO is gong to warm phase because One model says so.
  12. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Brad Panovich has a good video this morning on the cold coming. Brad Panovich Twitter
  13. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    70’s were pretty cold and snowy. Of course we only had 3channels,12 2 and 8, to watch to see if and when winter weather was coming. 12 and 2 always went on the low side so I would go with channel 8 and hope for he was right. 12 and 2 would say 1-3. And channel 8 would say 2-4. Loved it when they came out and bumped the totals up. Frank Deal was on channel 8 and he was great at forecasting winter storm.
  14. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    540 line is all the way down in Florida. There goes the fruit prices.
  15. Northern Foothills Snowman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Anyone been paying attention to the radar for Washington DC? it started snowing yesterday and it’s still snowing. I’m happy for them but a I’m ready to see that for us in the SE too.
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