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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    GSP
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  • Location:
    Greenville, SC (near Paris Mtn. State Park)

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  1. It's down to 44 this morning. Wonderful.
  2. Ended up with 5.20” of rain for the week. Impressive. This has been a gloomy week. Ready for some sunshine for at least the next week or so.
  3. GSP got almost 4 inches of rain yesterday. Meanwhile, we got a trace at my house near Paris Mtn. State Park. I’ve lived her over 35 years. The mountain seems to split up any rain storms coming down from the north, heading south or southeast.
  4. What a nice surprise this morning. We are up to 0.85” of rain as of 1:30. A couple of stations at the foot of Paris Mountain and on the mountain are over an inch. Seems to be a train effect of rain moving north from just south of Paris Mountain to western N.C.
  5. Radar is a bust for the Upstate of S.C.
  6. Surprising 2.3” in rain gauge so far.
  7. It’s been 48 degrees since about 8:00 this morning. We finished with 1.15” of beautiful rain, slow and steady, all day.
  8. It looks like a prolonged dry period is ahead for us, right?
  9. Record low of 27 at GSP. I found temps in the low 20's in the apple orchard area of Hendersonville. I pray the apple, peach and strawberry crops have survived.
  10. I've never heard of a warm snow. Give me a 32 degree snow scenario right now. I'll take it.
  11. Dumpster fire. Is that a weather term for a warm rain or cold and snow?
  12. I too agree with those saying that overall, Chris and Cedric did a good job with this system. For those that say otherwise, they were not really listening to everything they said in their forecasts. Chris and Cedric are an exceptional weather team for the Upstate. We are lucky to have a great team at WYFF. We are also lucky to have the NWS, but they did blow it this time, almost to the point of being arrogant, which is unlike those good folks.
  13. Ended up with 3.5 inches. Looks like another band coming through northern Ga. is headed my way.
  14. Light wind blown snow. 40 degrees.
  15. It looks like the upper level low is beginning to pick up some good moisture. The radar is really filling in in north Georgia and northwestern S.C.
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