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Hvward

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    Asheville, NC (2150')

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  1. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    Thanks Moonhowl!
  2. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    NWF really about to start kicking in over the next few hours. Should see some of these snow showers make it into Downtown Asheville later this evening.
  3. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    Higher elevations are going to get hammered again tomorrow night and through mid day Thursday. Looks like we could have a little bit of dry slotting occurring over the valleys, but the flow looks so strong, that eventually it leverages the dry air out of the way. Should be another interesting event with 6”+ possible again for some of you!
  4. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    It is hammering down here in Candler. Hardest snow I have seen all season! Closing in on 1”. .
  5. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    Wow it is dumping here in the valley as well, heavy snow here in Candler. Congrats to all, this one is just starting and going to be fun!
  6. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    Northwest Flow snow about to kick off around the area. You can see it building on the Morristown radar. .
  7. I think there is enough model noise to make a thread for this one. 12z NAM suite puts more focus on the development of a deformation band that give snowflakes to a decent portion of NC. I have seen the idea of a secondary low developing behind the main surface low as it moves off the coast of NC and I think that that is something to watch for. That would keep more moisture around to be wrapped back into the ULL. Lots of dynamics at play here, so lets see who (if anyone) scores a late one.
  8. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    0z Euro has a similar solution to the 6z NAM. Drops around 4” at KAVL as the 5h vort rotates through. .
  9. Mid to Long Term Discussion 2018

    12z ICON amps up the low right off the NC/VA shore similar to the 6z run. Looks like the wave digs a tad father south this run. If we can get that surface low to track along the FL Panhandle and a slightly quicker phase, many on this board would be in business. I don't think that it is out of the question, but what it all boils down to right now is that we are tracking a phasing system that will likely bomb out. I wouldn't expect any model to have this system nailed down at this point in time. Lets see what the 12z GFS and CMC throw out.
  10. Mid to Long Term Discussion 2018

    6z GEFS much improved compared to the 0z GEFS. 0z 6z
  11. Mid to Long Term Discussion 2018

    12z Euro moves toward the Ukie GFS idea of a quicker phase. Euro is much farther south with the surface low, but a blend of the LP track from all 3 would bode well for a good portion of NC imo. .
  12. Mid to Long Term Discussion 2018

    12z Euro moves toward the Ukie GFS idea of a quicker phase. Euro is much farther south with the surface low, but a blend of the LP track from all 3 would bode well for a good portion of NC imo. .
  13. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    No kidding. I am very interested to see if the Euro moves towards this.
  14. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    12z CMC is pretty much a whiff though. Trailing piece of energy is slow and never really gets a strong phase. Wow what a spread. .
  15. 2017 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    12z GFS pivots a deformation band over the mountains of WNC Sunday night through Monday. Cuts the 500mb low off over TN. If that surface low ducks under the Apps instead of trying to ride them before the transfer, this would get even more exciting. Seeing as how the Euro is so much farther south with the low, I think that could very well be possible. I can see this storm causing problems all along the East Coast. .
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