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Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

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3 minutes ago, CaryWx said:

Fropa snow rising on the GFS--we'll see here shortly

Much better run on the GFS with the Frontal Passage Snow...

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1 minute ago, CaryWx said:

Getting a little snow in central NC on the 30th

It actually looked better on the precip panel than what turned out on the snow map...

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As always I'm right on the edge but at least there is something out there.  We'll know in a couple days.

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4 minutes ago, BornAgain13 said:

GFS trying to get something going next weekend....

Yes but dampens it out to sea it seems 

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52 minutes ago, Nick Esasky said:

If Atlanta is going to get a storm next week, you can bet that it will be at the absolute worst time to make Super Bowl weekend an absolute mess.

It looks anafontal to me.  I don’t know how often anafrontal snow occurs there but I’m sure it’s not a common setup

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2 minutes ago, SnowGoose69 said:

It looks anafontal to me.  I don’t know how often anafrontal snow occurs there but I’m sure it’s not a common setup

I feel like we had something like that back in 2000.

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55 minutes ago, Nick Esasky said:

If Atlanta is going to get a storm next week, you can bet that it will be at the absolute worst time to make Super Bowl weekend an absolute mess.

More like a Southeast Super Bowl to remember... Hope they open the dome for a snowbowl

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59 minutes ago, Orangeburgwx said:

More like a Southeast Super Bowl to remember... Hope they open the dome for a snowbowl

If there is any justice, a mega storm rolls through and they can’t play the game.

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1 hour ago, SnowGoose69 said:

It looks anafontal to me.  I don’t know how often anafrontal snow occurs there but I’m sure it’s not a common setup

 

We had one last year in Mid January. Dropped 1-2 inches in the metro...it really exploded over NC though.

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2 hours ago, WidreMann said:

I feel like we had something like that back in 2000.

The first of the three snows in a week if I remember right. 

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I'm still in high skeptical mode on this coastal being much ado for the Triangle right now

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Still a lot to watch, but this is the type of thing that I felt would happen in this type of pattern.  Not a long range storm to track, but things that pop up and "surprise" us within 3-4 days.

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5 hours ago, Queencitywx said:

The first of the three snows in a week if I remember right. 

It was the greatest 10-14 day stretch of winter wx in my living history. Had 4  seperate events. 3 where Winter Storm warnings ( one being the crusher)

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1 hour ago, SouthCentralWakeCo said:

 

 Today is the day the rubber meets the road model world. NS has made the jumps we needed and now we need a favorable tweak from the southern piece of energy and several folks will be in big time business. Everything is coming into to better RAOB sampling areas today. 

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2 minutes ago, NCSNOW said:

 

 Today is the day the rubber meets the road model world. NS has made the jumps we needed and now we need a favorable tweak from the southern piece of energy and several folks will be in big time business. Everything is coming into to better RAOB sampling areas today. 

Us eastern guys need a big dog. We havent had more than 8 inches in one storm since back on the boxing day storm in 2010. This one could pop and surprise us but we dont need too much popping here east of 95.

I measured 17 inches in the dec 3rd 2000 storm and that's sort the benchmark I would love to see again.

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7 minutes ago, NCSNOW said:

 

 Today is the day the rubber meets the road model world. NS has made the jumps we needed and now we need a favorable tweak from the southern piece of energy and several folks will be in big time business. Everything is coming into to better RAOB sampling areas today. 

for one of the few times in winter I'm rooting hard for the northwest trend! I feel dirty for saying it

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