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Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

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3 hours ago, griteater said:

Seeking out a winter storm prior to next winter is a bit cart before the horse IMO (and as others have mentioned).  Here is the GFS Ensemble Mean for days 0-10.  As long as it continues to hold, the kickoff to a colder regime begins with this ridge building up along the western North America coast.  That ridge goes up at day 5 now.

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Fixed it 

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4 hours ago, Queencitywx said:

Coldest I’ve ever seen. It’s not even close.

 

 

Looks like that awesome FV3 run from several days ago during end of the run was onto something!  Same time period

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33 minutes ago, olafminesaw said:

Single digit highs anyone?

 

Too lazy to research but has there ever been recorded single digit highs for the piedmont area of NC?

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3 minutes ago, Wow said:

Too lazy to research but has there ever been recorded single digit highs for the piedmont area of NC?

Hard to fathom that around here...

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2 minutes ago, Wow said:

Too lazy to research but has there ever been recorded single digit highs for the piedmont area of NC?

And in a non-storm situation (...March 1980 had temps fall into the single digits during the day). I know there has been sunny days with highs in the teens, but single digits I don't know. 

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6 minutes ago, Wow said:

Too lazy to research but has there ever been recorded single digit highs for the piedmont area of NC?

Greensboro: 13 (1966)

Asheboro: 17 (1994)

RDU:17 (1985)

Fayetville: 17 (1889) (Curiously, in February)

 

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22 minutes ago, olafminesaw said:

Greensboro: 13 (1966)

Asheboro: 17 (1994)

RDU:17 (1985)

Fayetville: 17 (1889) (Curiously, in February)

 

If I remember correctly .... Charlotte's record low maximum is 14 degrees.

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Just now, Queencitywx said:

Boone has a -39 wind chill hour 276. 

and it's even worse at hour 240 with a wind chill of -44

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27 minutes ago, Queencitywx said:

and it's even worse at hour 240 with a wind chill of -44

Balmy compared to the 1981 Freezer Bowl! Heck, my chili might even stay warm on my hotdogs at -44°.  :-)  I'd sit through that game again!

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21 minutes ago, Hammer said:

This is some Day After Tomorrow craziness.


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Nope.  Not until the forecast includes a flash freeze and.....wolves! Yes, real live wolves running around the triad.  But I agree, it kinda looks chilly.

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29 minutes ago, kvegas-wx said:

Nope.  Not until the forecast includes a flash freeze and.....wolves! Yes, real live wolves running around the triad.  But I agree, it kinda looks chilly.

How about coyotes in Wallburg? Is that close enough?

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