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    Greenville, SC (near Paris Mtn. State Park)

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  1. Loving the warm weather. Winter is over!
  2. gman

    February 2019 Observations

    It's 67 degrees at almost 4:00. Been outside all afternoon. I love snow, but bring on spring!
  3. gman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Sorry. I replied to the wrong post.
  4. gman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Not true. They actually said the opposite.
  5. I’m sick of cold and wet. Bring on spring!
  6. gman

    1/30-2/2 event

    Why does someone in Orangeburg get to start a thread about a snow event?
  7. gman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Is there such a thing as sustainable cold in the south?
  8. gman

    January 2019 Observations

    The NWS is forecasting a high of 51 today. It’s already 55.
  9. gman

    January 2019 Observations

    It's 41 with moderate sleet coming down near Paris Mtn. State Park.
  10. gman

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Glad to see this image.
  11. gman

    2018 Year End Stats

    Interesting rain totals from Walhalla State Fish Hatchery in Oconee County. http://digital.olivesoftware.com/Olive/ODN/PostCourier/TranslateArticle.aspx?doc=POCO%2F2019%2F01%2F03&entity=ar00305&ts=20190103063911&uq=20181102125203 Corner of SC received 10 feet of rain last year BY BO PETERSEN [email protected] 2018 might not have been the rainiest year in Charleston, but a year of downpours left a possible record in a corner of South Carolina. More than 123 inches — 10 feet — fell at the Walhalla State Fish Hatchery near Lake Jocassee, according to preliminary data by the National Weather Service office in Greenville. That would be more rain than ever fell in the state at a station of record. Weather Service personnel could not comment on the possible record Wednesday because of the federal shutdown. The former record apparently was a little more than 119 inches, recorded at Hogback Mountain near the state line with North Carolina, north of Landrum, according to Melissa Griffin, the assistant state climatologist. A federal committee will review the Jocassee data and, if approved, it becomes the new record, she said in a tweet. In Charleston, the official rainfall for the year was 57.69 inches, well short of the 78.89 inches record set in the flood year of 2015. The mountains tend to be the rainiest part of the state, with an average 70 to 80 inches falling year to year, according to the S.C. Climate Office. Caesars Head is the rainiest spot, with an average of nearly 80 inches. In the coastal plain, the average is 50 to 52 inches, so 2018 was a rainier year. Reach Bo Petersen Reporter at Facebook, @bopete on Twitter or 1-843-937-5744.
  12. gman

    December 8-10 Winter Storm Obs

    Local Mets saying future radar shows snow in the Upstate tonight around 9:00. Temps need to drop drastically for that to happen.
  13. gman

    December 8-10 Winter Storm Obs

    Don’t feel bad for the Upstate. It was a good storm especially for early December. Greenville County has 2 to 10 inches of snow and sleet. I ended with 6 inches at my house. I’ll take that kind of snow storm any day of the winter!
  14. gman

    December 8-10 Winter Storm Obs

    5” snow now reduced to 4.5” because of the sleet.
  15. gman

    December 8-10 Winter Storm Obs

    Snowing hard. Roads turning white. Dropped to 33 degrees.
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