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Tyler Penland

2018/2019 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread

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Although most are centered around a 1 inch total for snow, a couple of the SREF plumes still have close to 4 inches. i'm hoping for more snow, or this event may honestly may not have been worth the time tracking lol.

GEFS plumes have an average of 2 inches, so that's a bit more promising.

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This is really the only part of the storm intriguing me, this banding of precip that keeps showing up on the HRRR at 01z I believe will actually fall as snow for the northern counties, as opposed to rain if it does form. 

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2 minutes ago, SnoJoe said:

Still well above freezing here also at 34.6. A few flurries falling but that's about it.

It is promising you see snow though. Hope you get a big thump!

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7 minutes ago, Tyler Penland said:
24 minutes ago, MotoWeatherman said:
Absolutely nothing yet on Beech at 4650.  Had some sleet this morning in Dahlonega GA and then some snow mixed in with the heavier rain splattering on the windshield.

Covering the cars here in banner elk pretty quick. I assume it's going up there now?

Yep...steady and increasing.  Lots of dry air to overcome...which bodes well for longer duration before freezing rain...hopefully.

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