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  1. Let weenies and negative nellies unite. Please put all banter and my back yard questions here.
  2. It's back, the epic medium/long range winter discussion thread. This winter has nearly unanimously been touted as one to remember. Everyone in the know, our favorite and not so favorite forecasters all seem to see signs that point to a blockbuster winter. Let's hope it delivers as advertised. Else some folks have some 'splainin to do. Here is to an epic winter that we will all remember for decades to come!!! Courtesy of Brett Anderson here is his interpretation of the Euro weeklies for the first week of December : (Looks like an El Nino signature to me) From the usually conservative and usually playing catchup CPC :
  3. NCsandhills

    Burns' Big Banter Bonanza

    Guys I have to ask how much Fayetteville is looking at. I have 4 kids, 1 car and 5 classes to get to...lol. Is it looking like an all mix/sleet event for Fay? zr? snow? rain? help a brother out.
  4. WeatherNC

    SE RSI Category & Value

    Simple, vote... Regional Snowfall Index (RSI) which was developed by NOAA's NCDC as an evolution to K & U's NESIS. This pole is for the SE Region and I will quote the full text from the site below, as well as the pdf behind it. For brownie points, reply with a value, winner wins nothing, except for a major winter storm. I am going with 13.25 - Crippling, index does not take into account ZR which could be catastrophic from Augusta to Columbia to Florence (all major pops). Questions in how much does the 85 corridor from ATL - GSP - CLT - GSO - RIC get, please note the NCDC SE region includes VA. http://www1.ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/cmb/snow-and-ice/rsi/regional-snowfall-impact-scale-27th-iips-v3a.pdf
  5. Where does it go from here? Trends from overnight say this will be a big dog for the coast but can the precip make it more W and NW of there?
  6. The monthly CPC forecasts are out, and as usual, the graphics are showing EC for our area with a hint at drier than normal conditions. Most of the Mets that were on the warm train earlier have now changed their tune to a colder December. The record blocking event in the Aleutians and the -EPO that has led us into this cold pattern, looks to re-load as we head into December. If things line up right, we could be looking at a major cold air outbreak rivaling the 1983 Christmas outbreak sometime in the next 4-5 weeks.... After the dismal last couple of Decembers, this one holds some promise for winter weather fans.
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