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November 2019 Observations

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I'm also noticing the consistency with current temps around the region. GSP, CLT, CAE, AVL; all within 3-4 degrees of each other. Heck, even Mt Mitchell and Charleston are only 13 degrees apart; 34 and 47 respectively. How often does that happen? 

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Low was 20 and the high was 39 - and it’s in mid November. This is january cold lol hope we get more cold air masses like this during the winter

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1 hour ago, LithiaWx said:

Low 21 shot up 48 this afternoon at the same reporting station.  Wow 37 degrees was a huge swing. 
 

love the early vodka like COLD 

27 °F?

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Made it down to 23. If it had stayed clear might have made a run at upper teens. 

Yesterday GSP was 22. Only 3 mornings were lower than that all last Fall/Winter with the lowest being just 20. Interestingly, last November was significantly below normal at GSP, and despite all the talk about this year's front being "historical", it featured a mid month cold front with similar highs to this one (warmer lows though). Also recorded a 21 late month.

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10 minutes ago, HKY_WX said:

ANyone noticing the CAD/ice showing up on the NAM for tomorrow? 

It's certainly there in the 12z run... bigtime. It is the NAM, though.

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Light rain here at the moment. Picked up .35" so far today. Currently 53/52.

Storm Warnings up for the outerbanks and downeast coastal areas. Wind advisory up for my area as well as coastal flood warnings for the Pamlico and Neuse rivers.

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Models keep boosting the gradient with this storm and winds gusting to 30-60 mph will be common along the coast and even inland could get 40-50 from Hwy 17ish east....plus 2-3" of rain and cold temps.....the latest shows up to 4-6 ft of surge now possible on the sound sides of the OBX and south end of Pam sound......

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Little tiny storm cell just rolled over our house on the radar and wife says we're getting small hail.  Hard to tell from her pictures but it looks about pea-sized or so.  Backyard is flooded too.  I'm at work so no better details...

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Down here on the *sound*, re; Rich's Inlet....

Winds steady 17 MPH Gusting over 35Mph..

Temp 48.0  ,,  .06 in the bucket today.. Wind(s) are "howling",, I can hear the Surf pounding up here from INSIDE Muh house.. yikes!

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4 hours ago, Solak said:

Precip-wise, this was a pretty bad bust based on the forecast.

 

Storm was much farther off the coast that they had predicted. Big bust. We got less than half of that predicted.

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Fun fact: If the month ended today at BNA, it'd go down as the 5th coldest. While this # will likely increase, we may give a Top 10 finish a run for its $$. Last time we saw a November this cold was 1995. 2014 not far behind. Weather weenies...feel free to dig in there.

 ::snowman:: ::guitar::

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