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Cheeznado

Post Arctic front snow Tuesday, Jan 29

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That depiction of NAM doesn't look great.  Almost say a clown map. 

Reminds me years ago following along on a Arctic front/clipper that was supposed to bring snow to ATL I85 Northward ATL had thunderstorms in the low 40s.

Can't shake the feeling this front may pull the same stunt.

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3 minutes ago, Cheeznado said:

The NAM is on crack, no way we get 8" LOL. The consensus from other models is still about an inch here.

It's the 84hr NAM.  Show that look at 48hrs and maybe more believable?

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Just now, CaryWx said:

It's the 84hr NAM.  Show that look at 48hrs and maybe more believable?

No way a post frontal downsloping situation will ever produce that much snow.

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6 minutes ago, CaryWx said:

It's the 84hr NAM.  Show that look at 48hrs and maybe more believable?

If you believe the NAM atm

From GA/TN line would be snowing north of. ATL is moderate to heavy rain.

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36 minutes ago, Cheeznado said:

No way a post frontal downsloping situation will ever produce that much snow.

 

LOL.  Well if you believe the SREFs (at 75 hours!) then maybe

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These clown maps from the Nam seem to be showing that its probably gonna be convective when the front pushes through. Someones liable to get a good 30 minute thump, like when a front comes through in the spring and summer and one county over just a quick shower. 

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1 minute ago, NCSNOW said:

These clown maps from the Nam seem to be showing that its probably gonna be convective when the front pushes through. Someones liable to get a good 30 minute thump, like when a front comes through in the spring and summer and one county over just a quick shower. 

A meteorologist I’m subscribed too today said there could be thunder snow with this too. 

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6 minutes ago, PackGrad05 said:

Is the reason those maps look so dry for central NC because it doesn't go out far enough yet?  

No, I think that is it per GFs.  Not a whole lot for this one

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Thats all the way out. Fickle situation east of Apps. Usually its Nada and I dont even look at. This has a chance to give someone an inch, not everyone. Canadian 0z is Dry bones. Just a heavy dusting most, even western areas SE.

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39 minutes ago, NCSNOW said:

Thats all the way out. Fickle situation east of Apps. Usually its Nada and I dont even look at. This has a chance to give someone an inch, not everyone. Canadian 0z is Dry bones. Just a heavy dusting most, even western areas SE.

The GGEM and ICON are outliers at the moment.  They just slam the front through the Gulf states and almost nobody gets anything.

The UKMET is more in the Euro/NAM group 

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RAH Hazardous Weather Outlook:

Hazardous Weather Outlook National Weather Service Raleigh NC 411 AM EST Sun Jan 27 2019 NCZ007>010-021>026-038>041-073>076-280915- Person-Granville-Vance-Warren-Forsyth-Guilford-Alamance-Orange- Durham-Franklin-Davidson-Randolph-Chatham-Wake-Stanly-Montgomery- Moore-Lee- 411 AM EST Sun Jan 27 2019 This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for central North Carolina. .DAY ONE...Today and tonight. Hazardous weather is not expected at this time. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday. Rain showers on Tuesday afternoon may change to snow showers before ending during the early evening. A light dusting of snow may occur over portions of the Piedmont, mainly along and north of the Interstate 40/85 corridor. Very cold air will arrive Wednesday morning through Thursday. Lows Wednesday and Thursday should be in the teens, with wind chill values 5 to 10 above. .SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT... Spotter activation is not expected at this time. $$

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