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February 2019 Observations

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6 minutes ago, FallsLake said:

See that heavy/bright band running through Durham into north Wake County:

https://weather.cod.edu/satrad/nexrad/index.php?type=RAX-N0C-1-24

You want to be just north of those returns (which represent sleet). 

No doubt. The sleet band has been training over my location for most of that loop, which I'll gladly take over cold rain....(No offense Cold Rain)

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Just now, FallsLake said:

Any reports up in Granville County or over to Roxboro? Snow??

Roads getting slushy over here. Your way?

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Just now, Queencitywx said:

Roads getting slushy over here. Your way?

Ground has a white look and the porches and cars are white. Streets look ok. I'm still at 33.6 degrees but its been dropping steadily. 

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5 minutes ago, FallsLake said:

Any reports up in Granville County or over to Roxboro? Snow??

Just checked out mPING, still reporting sleet in the Oxford area

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Looking at CC on doppler, first time I ever remember being south of the west to east oriented sleet line...and its snow falling. Back and forth snow/sleet but super interesting. Using KFCX site and location is downtown Winston-Salem. 

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Everything covered and white on the security cams in Stuart Va.  Meltage here in Kernersville.  Only shot for accums here will be under heavy bands or ZR in the morning.  Yuk!

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Alamance Community College opens at 10am tomorrow. Man, I love delaying work!

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Radar is drying out a bit upstream and looking less hectic overall. This should end any snow/sleet in the triad as the moisture becomes more shallow. 

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8 minutes ago, WSchew said:

Radar is drying out a bit upstream and looking less hectic overall. This should end any snow/sleet in the triad as the moisture becomes more shallow. 

Already has.  Very light rain now and everything has melted.  Now we await 32° overnight.

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Starting to snow lightly here. Mod-heavy dbz’s inbound. Should be interesting next couple hours if it can stay pure snow.

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Got to admit.

Not a true SE Winter storm from the get go via models. Has proved not to be.

But damn the radar is impressive tonight. Precip shield from SD to CO to TX, LA MS to NC, VA.

That's alot of distance.

 

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9 minutes ago, Buddy1987 said:

It is just dumping snow here right now. Meatball sized flakes coming down. Impressive to say the least. 

Snow coming down hard now... Pure Wet Snow.

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Still had some residue sleet/snow on the porch and cars this morning. Temp was right at freezing but nothing was falling.

It was fun being under those heavy bands last night. At one point, I was 50/50 sleet/snow with big flakes.  

 

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Might still get a little freezing rain this morning for the northern Triangle folks and to the north/west. Radar is filling in some and temps are near/at/or slight below freezing. RDU is at 33 with a dew point of 30. Wouldn't amount to much but again it's interesting. 

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