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Southeast Sanitarium - A Place to Vent

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2 minutes ago, LithiaWx said:

Thread started too soon on this weekend system. 

 

It's not winter cancel but the sands of time are running out quickly 

I think the thread and timing was fine. It'll still be an event for some of the folks on this board (NW NC / S. VA). Also we can't win them all; meaning we'll track storms and lose them.

Winter can still make a come back. We've had at least a few fab Februarys.  

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“If only it were January”

January: Rain

“if only we could get one of those 1040+ HP’s”

1040+HP: Rain

i think it’s best we just quit pretending we know more than we really do about the weather. There is no recipe for success when it comes to weather, only snow and rain. Success and failure. And we fail more times than not 

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40 minutes ago, WarmNose said:

“If only it were January”

January: Rain

“if only we could get one of those 1040+ HP’s”

1040+HP: Rain

i think it’s best we just quit pretending we know more than we really do about the weather. There is no recipe for success when it comes to weather, only snow and rain. Success and failure. And we fail more times than not 

SSW effects are a few weeks behind the event! Pattern change right on schedule!!

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Going all in for the upstate; nice cold rain!

Possibly token sleet pellet or barely there glaze on a tree branch at most, otherwise just our favorite cold miserable rain. This is NC  north, maybe I40 north. 

Hoping that late Jan- Feb period works out for non-NC  peeps!

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7 hours ago, JoshM said:

Bridges BBQ, parallel to the Shelby Mall

 

7 hours ago, David Johnson said:


I second that


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I third it, always make an out of the way stop when I go up to Gatlinburg just to eat there

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5 hours ago, JoshM said:

I feel bad for NWS GSP, such a difficult forecast. Especially, since they went "all in" on the last storm, and if this busts too cold :facepalm:

I don't think it will deliver for my area of the upstate. Possibly the area from about TR to Inman and north could see a little light icing, but not my area. I'm currently at 32/27. Even though I'm at freezing right now, I expect my temp to raise several degrees now that clouds are setting in, and with a DP of 27 I have no way to wet bulb down; unless the CAA wedge has yet to kick in, as the models were showing teens for my DPs. 

I keep looking at the radar and shaking my head; why oh why couldn't we have the December track with this one? Low is about 300 miles too far north. St Louis to Delmarva is the place to be.

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4 hours ago, Iceagewhereartthou said:

Yep. Already up to 34.5/29! That was fast. :cliff:

Enjoy guys, I really hope SC can get something from the 1/24 -mid-Feb timeframe, might be our best stretch!:snowman:

“ The most amazing stretch of winter weather the SE/E has ever seen is starting in 10 days” JB

How can we possibly screw this up!? Gonna be hilarious to watch us go from cold rains to Macon special snowstorms, with a snow for us in the transition!? Winter, I hate you!

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18 minutes ago, mackerel_sky said:

“ The most amazing stretch of winter weather the SE/E has ever seen is starting in 10 days” JB

How can we possibly screw this up!? Gonna be hilarious to watch us go from cold rains to Macon special snowstorms, with a snow for us in the transition!? Winter, I hate you!

We're now under a Winter Weather Advisory :lmao::maprain:

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I too am excited about the period after the 20th! At the very least, we'll have some good opportunities; here's to hoping they pan out, and it doesn't all go west of Apps/North of 1-40/Become Gulf and coastal suppressors/or some other way to keep the ATL - GSP- CAE triangle snowless!!:snowwindow:

Per TWC I only go below 31 once over the next 15 days :weep:

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The long range GFS and Euro for that matter seem to hint at a SE ridge popping up.. At least enough of one to keep the storm track into the Ohio valley. 

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4 hours ago, eyewall said:

30's and cold rain is as miserable as it gets. This was a morale crusher in Raleigh. 

You aren’t kidding.  Happy for the MA but dang, can’t we for once get a storm that overperforms like the one they are having now?  Is that so much to ask?

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On 1/13/2019 at 6:32 PM, eyewall said:

30's and cold rain is as miserable as it gets. This was a morale crusher in Raleigh. 

Yeah, my last rain came in at 32.5 degrees. At least this evening I'm getting it at 41. Good grief, gotta love winter in SC (and Raleigh ).

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