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January 2016 Obs

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Nice!1 We got up to 36 down the hill from you in Bostic yesterday.

Traveled to South Asheville Yesterday and was able to see a little snow around. Temp was around 24-19 most of the morning yesterday. 

Never made it to 30 here today. Ponds are freezing over, finally.  Here's a short video of yesterdays snow event in the mountains north of Lake Lure above 1,800 feet.

 

Sitting at 15 now with grass crystals around 

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It was 10 degrees at sunrise. My pond is almost frozen over. It will be by tomorrow morning. Here's a pic I made this morning just at sunrise. A very cold walk.....

 

Nice!1 We got up to 36 down the hill from you in Bostic yesterday.

Traveled to South Asheville Yesterday and was able to see a little snow around. Temp was around 24-19 most of the morning yesterday. 

 

Sitting at 15 now with grass crystals around 

 

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30.3 here with 15dp.....just noticed the system is now reaching the gulf and the water vapor loop is beginning to show an increase in lift...the southern edges was fizzling out but now is firing up more than it was before.

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31.9 F for the high today.  Currently down to 21 F now after a low of 12.5 F this morning.

 

Pretty uniform across the state today then, only 32 for a high here in the east as well, already down to 23 with the DP coming up from 3 to its current 10....

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Except for an hour above freezing between 3-4pm on the 18th (yesterday), its been below freezing since 8:40pm on the 17th. Almost 48 hours of the last 49. Impressive.

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It's 20 degrees at 11 p.m. Here's a video I made wile skiing up at Sugar Mountain last Wednesday. This morning, they were below zero. Too cold for these old bones. Tonight they were at 8 degrees. They reported 3 inches of snow yesterday. I'm looking forward to tomorrow afternoon.

 

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Cloudy and 21 F here.  These clouds should definitely keep the temperature down today.  I have not had the temperature rise above 32.0 F IMBY in over 48 hours now.

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Been 30.7 for about 30 minutes now with a persistent very light freezing drizzle. Measured about .15-.20" on the bottom side of a branch that had the thickest accumulation. Not too bad considering it's 40 in Atlanta. That is just crazy to me. I love in-situ CAD! It's basically a mini micro-climate in N GA that brings icestorms to my area while Atlanta stays well above freezing. Such an interesting phenomenon that we get here! Also crazy was the high temperature spread today, and Atlanta and Peachtree City had cloudcover first too. I only hit 35.9, Atlanta hit 45 and Peachtree City hit 50!

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Weather related? The story doesn't say.

 

 

Hundreds are without power in the Carolinas as of 7:40 p.m. Wednesday.

According to Duke Energy, there are almost 840 customers without electricity in Henderson County near the Mountain Valley and Zirconia communities. The estimated restoration time is between 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Several small outages were reported across the Upstate. The largest reported area was 104 customers in Anderson County. Those customers are anticipated to have power restores between 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

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Weather related? The story doesn't say.

we had a major power failure at work today that was attributed to the frozen ground and a saturated soil.

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Most of the Charleston area felt a sonic boom this afternoon about 12:45. People say it was chaff from a military exercise. It was felt as far out as Johnsonville (80 miles away).

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61º  Yep, definitely back to normal obs.

Topped out at 64. Ice is melted finally. Hoping for little/no rain tomorrow to start the cleanup.

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