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AsheCounty48

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About AsheCounty48

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  • Birthday 11/02/1994

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    Boone, NC

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  1. AsheCounty48

    2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    This is close to something big. SLP tucked just off the coast and surface temps at 34 or 35 for most of us.
  2. AsheCounty48

    2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    Just for fun, the 6z GFS bringing the goods for Avery County
  3. AsheCounty48

    2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    Walked outside...Wow. Gonna be spending all day outside.
  4. AsheCounty48

    2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    On a different note, sad to see the fantasy snow disappear, but don't fret, the hr 384 GFS has a major cold front coming that's sure to bring NWFS
  5. AsheCounty48

    2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

    Had some absolute downpours around 5 pm, I HOPE we don't get those winds tonight and tomorrow that are advertised. Could spell for a lot of trouble.
  6. AsheCounty48

    2018 Banter Thread

    So, I know this is more of a post storm discussion, but holy hell the models were bad with Micheal in terms of strength. They were bad during Florence for a lot of it, but just a couple of days ago, the worst Florida would see was a cat 1. Now it's potentially a cat 5, and most people had little or no time to prepare.
  7. AsheCounty48

    2018 Mountains and Foothills Spring/Summer thread

    Speaking for the mountains; most got lucky, Boone mall didn't even flood, which is part 1 of determining a bad flood. The dam in Creston never officially breached but it was close. But I think we lucky. My grandparents in Monroe went 16 hours without power. I never even saw a light flicker
  8. AsheCounty48

    2018 Mountains and Foothills Spring/Summer thread

    Welp, got a heavy storm last night in Boone. Haven't looked at totals but it has to be several inches. That's the last thing we need right now.
  9. AsheCounty48

    Hurricane Florence

    On this run, the NC coast still gets obliterated with rain and surge, and since the Storm moves SW, it goes over hot gulf stream waters and re intensifies quickly. Take verbatim, it's an awful run.
  10. AsheCounty48

    Hurricane Florence

    120. makes a 45 degree turn straight to the heart of Charleston.
  11. AsheCounty48

    Hurricane Florence

    Hour 108...Headed to Georgia...maybe even southern Georgia.
  12. AsheCounty48

    Hurricane Florence

    Maybe premature. but GFS through 96 is what could be considered the worst scenario, a long stall just off the coast, then a small trek SW over new warm Gulf stream waters before making landfall.(If it does?)
  13. AsheCounty48

    Hurricane Florence

    Hour 90, still has not made official landfall. Looks to be moving SSW from 84 to 90.
  14. AsheCounty48

    2018 Mountains and Foothills Spring/Summer thread

    Some models are pushing closer to a SC hit. Basically the further south it is, the worse it will end up for us. Need this thing to go north.(or east of us). If the storm stays to the east, it keeps the winds coming from the north, and west depending on position. If the storm gets to our direct south or southwest, that's when the winds will come from the Atlantic and when the real flooding here begins.
  15. AsheCounty48

    Hurricane Florence

    12z GFS hour 6 has a pressure at 961 when it is already in the 940's. 12z Icon at the beginning of the run is in the 970's. seems that NO model is handling the rapid strengthening of the storm anywhere near accurately. Gonna shock me if it doesn't hit cat 5 by this evening.
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