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Tyler Penland

2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

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Didn't really take the wednesday threat seriously until now. Potential for Frz Rain to fall after some snow(maybe?) in the northern counties is not going to be a good recipe at all.

Still, screw ice, I still want my spring lol.

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55 minutes ago, AsheCounty48 said:

Didn't really take the wednesday threat seriously until now. Potential for Frz Rain to fall after some snow(maybe?) in the northern counties is not going to be a good recipe at all.

Still, screw ice, I still want my spring lol.

Yeah it looks like a real mess is going to evolve up there.

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1 hour ago, AirNelson39 said:

And then upper 50’s on Thursday. February’s have really been terrible recently. We lose such a prime part of the winter season.

I remember when we had several Februarys in a row that we had a good snowstorm but recently all they have been is a prelude to spring basically. 

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12 hours ago, AirNelson39 said:

And then upper 50’s on Thursday. February’s have really been terrible recently. We lose such a prime part of the winter season.

Bet it's gonna be a late winter...late February and March winter...and we'll be itching for Spring :)

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7 hours ago, WeatherHawk said:

Bet it's gonna be a late winter...late February and March winter...and we'll be itching for Spring :)

More like into April and possibly May. The remarkable thing is this wet pattern we have been in for over a year.

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Heading to black mountain Saturday to run the mount Mitchell challenge. 20 miles up and back. Hoping for light what ever falls during the day Saturday. Also hope the summit is open.

Down here, I expect nothing but rain...


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I'm a little too far west here for these types of setups to give me much but this could get a little dicey for points east. We've tracked a lot of ice this year. Still holding out for one more good snow just to salvage this winter. Clock's a tickin'.

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Just now, Rainforrest said:

Huge flakes. Lol

Thanks for the reports; I was wondering what was going on with the precip to the south.

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Looks like they updated the WWA to now, and details:

 

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 PM EST
WEDNESDAY...

* WHAT...Mixed precipitation. Additional snow and sleet
  accumulations of up to one inch and ice accumulations of .1 to
  .2 inches.

* WHERE...The mountains of Greenville County South Carolina, and
  in North Carolina, the mountains of Polk and Rutherford Counties,
  as well as Henderson, Buncombe, and Transylvania Counties,
  especially in locations close to the Continental Divide.
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Heavy precip moving into the area over the next few hours, could see some snowflakes mixing in around Asheville. Some surprises in store with this one I believe.

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