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Jan 22-23 Predictions and Call Maps

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1-2" snow/sleet, followed by .25" freezing rain, followed by .5" rain, followed by most in the dry slot, followed by .5" snow

We will eagerly wait for the deform band to rotate through the area, while we dry slot, and we'll sadly watch it decay and lift northeast as it drops a token .5" snowfall.

Classic movie around here.

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4" snow on front end. 1" sleet. .5 freezing rain. 1" snow on the back end. Caveat: my back yard will be close to going above freezing late Friday but I'm hedging cold for now.

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Total Snow - 1 1/2" (An inch of this will be on the back end, the rest part of the storm's mixed bag)

ZR/IP - .25"

Plain ol' cold rain - .5"

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1-2" snow/sleet, followed by .25" freezing rain, followed by .5" rain, followed by most in the dry slot, followed by .5" snow

We will eagerly wait for the deform band to rotate through the area, while we dry slot, and we'll sadly watch it decay and lift northeast as it drops a token .5" snowfall.

Classic movie around here.

 

This is actually a pretty fair guess especially about the decaying deform band lol....

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17" at BCB, mostly snow, spitting a little sleet mixed in on a handful of observations carving an inch or two out of the snow accumulation.

 

But I've only lived here a few months...so it's kind of a guess.

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1-2" snow/sleet, followed by .25" freezing rain, followed by .5" rain, followed by most in the dry slot, followed by .5" snow

We will eagerly wait for the deform band to rotate through the area, while we dry slot, and we'll sadly watch it decay and lift northeast as it drops a token .5" snowfall.

Classic movie around here.

Chin up CR; I think the final setup will come in just a little colder and your location will stay frozen or freezing the entire event.

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I'm calling the upstate I85 and above will see >.25" Ice with 3-5" of snow/sleet.

 

I was just about to post a very similar prediction.

 

Mine was .25" of ice and 4" of snow on top.

 

It's bobsled time!

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Sorry its late...I had to leave work early tonight.  **Special Note** I could easily see more snow falling at CLT and RDU, but those cities are very tough call right now.  

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For Atlanta...

 

Thursday: Afternoon rain showers transitioning to a steadier rain in this evening. A quarter of an inch of rain expected.

Thursday night: A steady rain. Over an inch of rain expected.

Friday: Morning rain transitioning to showers and thundershowers in the afternoon. Three quarters of an inch to an inch of rain expected.

Friday night: Rain and Snow mix in the evening transitioning to snow in the night hours. An inch of snow accumulation is expected. Locally higher amounts possible.

Saturday: Snow tapering off to snow showers and flurries in the morning.

 

Final rain totals: 2- 2.5 inches

Final snow totals: Dusting to 2 inches...locally higher amounts possible.

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8-12" of snow in Winston-Salem, with a little sleet and freezing rain mixed in. Praying for something good — and that the dreaded dryslot doesn't cut down on anyone's totals!

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Well I'm going 6-11 my county ( Its large land wise and gets bisected with transition line), wiggle room for sleet. probably end up being concrete when all is said and done. James 8-12: From Winston up to frosty is 12-18: Frosty should stay all snow. WS has a shot to get to 15ish just have to see how that 5-8 hour window pans out tommorrow afternoon when the transfer is happening: Think Wake county up Halifax is same boat as me. Think northern coastal plain  will catch the best of wrap around sat afternoon but have the most mixing issues but stay at or below freezing.

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Second or last call map:

 

Zone A: Predominately snow with some sleet mixing in. Totals ranging from 6” in the lower elevations up to 14” in the higher elevations.

 

Zone B: Predominately wintry mix with sleet and freezing rain being the predominate precipitation type. Snow mixing in during the onset and ending. Rain possibly mixing in at the southern extent of the zone. Totals range from 6" in the northern portion of the zone to 2" and 0.10-0.15" of ice in the southern portion of the zone.

 

Zone C: Predominately freezing rain with rain mixing in occasionally near the southern extent of the zone. Totals 0.25-0.50" of ice in the northern portion of the zone with locally higher totals approaching or exceeding 0.75”. Trace amounts in the southern portion of the zone. 

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Second or last call map:

 

Zone A: Predominately snow with some sleet mixing in. Totals ranging from 6” in the lower elevations up to 14” in the higher elevations.

 

Zone B: Predominately wintry mix with sleet and freezing rain being the predominate precipitation type. Snow mixing in during the onset and ending. Rain possibly mixing in at the southern extent of the zone. Totals range from 6 inches in the northern portion of the zone to 2 inches and 0.10-0.15" of ice in the southern portion of the zone.

 

Zone C: Predominately freezing rain with rain mixing in occasionally near the southern extent of the zone. Totals 0.25-0.50" of ice in the northern portion of the zone with locally higher totals approaching or exceeding 0.75”. Trace amounts in the southern portion of the zone. 

 

lol.. if Asheville only gets 2 inches of snow like you say you will be a prophet

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lol.. if Asheville only gets 2 inches of snow like you say you will be a prophet

I think the valley will kill totals. I'm thinking 6 inches at most for Asheville. 

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I think the valley will kill totals. I'm thinking 6 inches at most for Asheville. 

 

NWS disagrees but hey at least your going out on a limb

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1 and only call for my NC friends. Honestly haven't had a chance to look at much in GA/SC other than there will be crippling ice in that transition area south of Charlotte and then up into southeastern NC.

 

Snow/sleet totals

Asheville 10 - 14

Boone 18-24 inches

Hickory 10 - 14

Greensboro 8-12

Charlotte 3 - 5 

Raleigh 3-6

 

ZR totals

Greensboro - trace

Charlotte - .25 more south of town

Raleigh .5

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1 and only call for my NC friends. Honestly haven't had a chance to look at much in GA/SC other than there will be crippling ice in that transition area south of Charlotte and then up into southeastern NC.

 

Snow/sleet totals

Asheville 10 - 14

Boone 18-24 inches

Hickory 10 - 14

Greensboro 8-12

Charlotte 3 - 5 

Raleigh 3-6

 

ZR totals

Greensboro - trace

Charlotte - .25 more south of town

Raleigh .5

 

Hey Brandon!  You and Deltadog are very similar. I like it. Let's hope we get hammered

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