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JoshM

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Some folks might get in on the precip Monday, since I had good luck with starting the last storm thread, thought I'd keep the good vibes going. If it's too early then the mods may smite me!

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Some folks might get in on the precip Monday, since I had good luck with starting the last storm thread, thought I'd keep the good vibes going. If it's too early then the mods may smite me!

Gotta say, based on what we're seeing right now I think you should start all of our threads from now on.

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Gotta say, based on what we're seeing right now I think you should start all of our threads from now on.

 

With great power comes great responsibility

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38 and over cast.

 

That band stretching from WS to Danville appears to be growing via radar and eye. Not sure if anything is reaching the ground but there is most def something falling from it. From eye appears virga but only making it about halfway down. 

 

On an interesting note looking towards Hyco lake there is a few waves in the clouds.

 

Can't tell what its doing directly west over Caswell County since my view is blocked by trees.

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I assume most know, but in case you do not, the following links are a must.. IMO

 

Great site for current happenings in the air around you:

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/exper/mesoanalysis/new/viewsector.php?sector=17#

 

As all new folks need to BM this page:

http://www.americanwx.com/bb/index.php/topic/29651-weather-references-and-newbie-information/page-2#entry2505699

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Overperforming storm this one is... big flakes here at UNCA, although it's not sticking to ground due to warmth.

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Precip shield really expanding across the foothills in NC according to Greer and Blacksburg radars.

 

Nam has pretty much nothing while gfs offers less than .10" most places.

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