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1/16-1/17 Event OBS

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6 minutes ago, CentralNC said:

Based on radar it looks like your area would be in 1"/hr rates.  I guess not

No, I have really fine flakes that continue to pile up, but you need a lot of them to make an inch.  :D

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It’s nice to have an over-performer.  Should a least get 6” out of this in Denver.  Approaching 4” with Mod SN with visibility under a 1/2 mile.

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radar returns for heavy precip are knocking on my door and then dissipating and reviving just north of me.  Been really light stuff for a while now.  Hoping to pick the heaviness back up soon 

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Flipped over to moderate snow here in Salem, VA, just outside ROA. Easily over 2” here. Big time overperformer today. Pretty shocked. Radar looks good to my southwest.

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Just now, Buddy1987 said:

Flipped over to moderate snow here in Salem, VA, just outside ROA. Easily over 2” here. Big time overperformer today. Pretty shocked. Radar looks good to my southwest.

50 miles to your south, barely an inch. Getting outdone to my north, south, east and west (Hillsville/Galax have 2" and counting) Nice!

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the radar seems to really be filling in just west of charlotte.  Could be looking at a big burst of snow coming through in the next 30 minutes to an hour.  

 

I honestly do not see this thing lasting in this area until 4-5 like has been said.  But i could be wrong 

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This is getting depressing for North Central Wake County.  Maybe a snow hole has developed right over our neighborhood but the snow has pretty much stopped.  I love living here but damn, I really miss living in Chapel Hill right now.

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