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2017-2018 Winter Observations

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Dalton, GA has an inch or two. No official LSR but a little birdie travelling that way sent pix. Sticking to the mighty I-75!

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I think East Polk needs a winter storm warning. I’m over advisory criteria now and there is a LOT more coming. Not gonna be a fun drive home his afternoon. 

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6 minutes ago, Carvers Gap said:

Wonder how the folks in Birmingham are fairing?  Thought we had a poster from there last night.  If so...send us a report!

Girlfriend's undergrad advisor from when she was at Montevallo is saying 3". 

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I work at TYS airport and the first flakes just started falling here. Airport weather system reporting 32 degrees even and a a dew point of 25 degrees

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3 minutes ago, tnweathernut said:

Do we have anyone in Athens, TN?  Looks to really be ripping it there right now according to radar!  CONGRATS DWAG!!!

Down around Anniston, Alabama too. 

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MRX is so often a day late and dollar short on their warning/advisory products. They didn't take this nearly seriously enough outside of their normal stance of saying snow will be limited to the mountains.

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Just now, John1122 said:

MRX is so often a day late and dollar short on their warning/advisory products. They didn't take this nearly seriously enough outside of their normal stance of saying snow will be limited to the mountains.

I don't understand them putting the high here at 37 degrees today with no publicly available model showing higher than about 34.  Still 32 at the moment, I guess we'll see.

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Steady snow here east of Morristown right now. Temp was 33 now dropped back to 32. Beautiful falling straight down with no wind to speak of.

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My parents live in Trussville, just NE of Bham. They have between 3-4 in there. Amazing for them, let alone so early in the year. 

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Reb reporting moderate to heavy snow in Alcoa, sticking to cars.  Airport now up to 33 degrees.  A beautiful light snow shower on UT campus.

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Flurries to light snow showers now in downtown Kingsport with a nice shade of white obscuring Bays Mountain (meaning snow between me and it, not that there's snow on the ground). Welcome to winter!

Talked to a friend who's originally from TRI but now teaches school in Roswell, GA near Atlanta. He's still waiting for the school system to release. Said 2 neighboring counties have already done so. He expects traffic to be a mess when they finally dismiss for the day! 

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1 hour ago, Carvers Gap said:

Wonder how the folks in Birmingham are fairing?  Thought we had a poster from there last night.  If so...send us a report!

I heard there at 4 inches right now.  Big day for bham.

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Nice dusting outside. Snow still falling straight down. I'd say we're getting close to 1/4in right now on the grass. Definitely the tree limbs, as it's not falling off with no wind to speak of.

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6 minutes ago, Carvers Gap said:

Great friend of mine lives in Jackson, Mississippi.  Woke up with 3-4" at his house.  Said 5" were likely on the car.

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Thanks for sharing, I needed that pick me up since I'm in the no snow zone here in west Tn.  

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I know this probably doesn't belong in this thread but relates to our current storm, HRRR keeps showing a nice pulse up the great valley around 7PM tonight, looking at its snow total output looks like most of the HRRR snow totals show coming from that pulse this evening into early night.

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