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February 2019 Observations

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1 hour ago, FallsLake said:

CAD is one thing we can count on to over perform.   

Crazy we were at 50 while New Bern was 73, the warm front move through here about  3ish temps jumped 10 degrees in 30 mins sitting at 70 now, still mid 50's just west of me though.....also some severe storms are possible along the edge of the wedge.....

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1 hour ago, downeastnc said:

Crazy we were at 50 while New Bern was 73, the warm front move through here about  3ish temps jumped 10 degrees in 30 mins sitting at 70 now, still mid 50's just west of me though.....also some severe storms are possible along the edge of the wedge.....

Yeah I suppose to get to 63 but never got above 46 at the house. Sitting at 43 now with 30s just to my north. 

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This is an ob of my NWS detailed forecast.  For the entire 7 days of the forecast, the word sun or sunny does not appear. I guess it has happened before but I don't recall a time and I'm not looking forward to the next week.

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Rain dumping here and the wind has ramped up quite a bit over the last 30  minutes as the rain shield back edge is appro approaching.

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Temp continues to drop slowly, now at 44. Picked up .66" today. Rain is mostly over and only drizzle now. Finally feels like February.

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1.21" on Saturday, 1.48" so far for this week long deluge.

Low was 32 overnight before the clouds moved back in.

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Sleet finally making it to the ground in Concord. Not as impressive as I was expecting based on radar and other obs on here. Oh well. Worst winter ever for Concord. Bring on Spring!

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Maybe the best winter elevated t-storm I have seen here in 36 years. A ton of close CG strikes. This happens in the Plains a lot but very rare here.

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I spole to soon. The sleet has been impressive after all, and it is hanging on still. Im curious to see when the batch thats moving through the upstate gets here if it stays sleet or finally makes the change to rain.... fingers crossed

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34.3 at my house just north of Clemson. All the models had me at 38-42 this afternoon with surface temps bottoming out around 34 degrees at 2 or 3 am.

 

Grant it, we've gotten heavier precip sooner than the models showed so evap cooling has been used up. I'm still curious to see if temps continue to fall some with the High pressure just now moving in to prime position.

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