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  1. Thank you for your hard work, Grit. Don't look back....keep doing what you're doing!
  2. Great site. Wondering how they managed to leave North Carolina (Raleigh or Charlotte) off their "local" options when they have Nashville, TN?
  3. Remarkable photos, Eyewall. Thanks for sharing these. 16" up here in the provinces. Ended with some sleet and frz rain. Overall, a great storm for us. 95% snow, temps steady between 29 and 31...started at 400A and lasted until at least midnight...20 hours basically.
  4. 2.2" in 2 hours. 27F. Temp fallen 3F in the last few hours. Fine snow, moderate rates.
  5. Heavy powdery snow. DP 24. Temp 31.7. Gusty winds.
  6. I guess I'm north of you in Granville. Nothing here. DP is 23, temp 32. Breezy.
  7. I was genuinely surprised to see 7 - 13 for us as well. Consistency between Blacksburg and RAH is unusual. We are at the point where RNK, AKQ, and RAH meet. AKQ has 3- 5.
  8. So, if you live in Person, Granville, Vance, and Warren for example, snow totals will be determined by the state line. I don't disagree with the assessment, but the graphic needs work.
  9. From the talking heads on TV WX and the RAH NWS office, if you live east and south of Roxboro, it will be a cold rain. They appear to be about as entrenched in their forecast as the models appear to be saying they are wrong. It's like a battle of wills. P.S. Amazing posts from everyone here since starting earlier this week. Looking forward to the post-storm forensics!
  10. The "too cute" comment caught my attention too. I think RAH is taking the models with a grain of salt and, may, being/attempting to be "realistic". 12"+ before Xmas in north central NC is a little hard to believe, but I would expect more from the local NWS office than a snarky comment. If the snow models are wrong, explain why.
  11. RAH is lukewarm at best. Maybe a few inches along the VA border; zilch everywhere else. Are the model amounts typically this divorced from the local NWS office?