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Parachutes mixing in here now, I can literally look up in the sky and see a massive blizzard beign swept in the wind a few hundred feet off the surface. Come on down already!!!!

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The most fantastic cold rain I've ever experienced.  Who needs snow when you can watch this stuff fall.

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Just now, Wow said:

The most fantastic cold rain I've ever experienced.  Who needs snow when you can watch this stuff fall.

It's coming. The rain/snow line must be more west to east through the Metro than north/south for some reason. Probably heavier returns coming from the SW.

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Just now, Wow said:

The most fantastic cold rain I've ever experienced.  Who needs snow when you can watch this stuff fall.

I’m surprised it hasn’t made it down to you. I’m probably 15 miles north and it’s coming down 

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1 minute ago, burrel2 said:

Parachutes mixing in here now, I can literally look up in the sky and see a massive blizzard beign swept in the wind a few hundred feet off the surface. Come on down already!!!!

Same here..best flakes yet and I'd say 60/40 snow

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South of Raleigh.  Temps not going down much and dew point is creeping up according to NWS!  Not sure what to make of that.

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4 minutes ago, Lookout said:

Yeah it's hard to get a lot when you start off in the low to mid 40s and daytime too boot.  If it had  started at night, it probably would have been a different story. The lack of low dewpoints hurt too. I would imagine there aren't too many examples of big snows where temps start in the low to mid 40s with dewpoints only in the 30s upon arrival of precip in ga and sc. Still there should be some accumulations before it's over.   Getting any snow at all given how warm this winter has been should be considered a big victory. 

 

Headed to suches in a moment 

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Just now, TheVille said:

I’m surprised it hasn’t made it down to you. I’m probably 15 miles north and it’s coming down 

Not a single flake so far. I blame that wretched lake nearby.

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3 minutes ago, Wow said:

The most fantastic cold rain I've ever experienced.  Who needs snow when you can watch this stuff fall.

Wind has really started to kick up here at the house. we gotta by about to kick over

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4 minutes ago, Wow said:

The most fantastic cold rain I've ever experienced.  Who needs snow when you can watch this stuff fall.

Seeing a lot more snow work in now in Lincolnton so it’s headed your way.  

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Not gonna work out for us western upstate folks. We have the heaviest rates and are struggling to get a switch over to frozen. By the time it switches over, if it does, we will be left with only token flakes that we get to see fall. That is unless you live in Mountain Rest, Sunset or Table Rock.

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2 minutes ago, mackerel_sky said:

I’m still in Greer, pingers

I hope you guys overperform down that way and get a few inches!

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