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2020 Spring and Summer mountain thread.


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Wow! Those are some impressive numbers you guys are reporting so far. Still hovering around 2.25 inches for the event here IMBY in Hickory and have been in a lull all morning. Seems kind of low for the WPC's original outlook of 5-7 inches for the Hickory area. Of course, there is still a lot more potential in the next 48 hours. I love these cool May temperatures, though. I will be wishing greatly for them come July.



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Catawba River up to 12.1 feet but starting to level off. Luckily it hasn't caused too many problems and won't unless it goes over 14. Rain has lessened which has helped but more seems to be organizing on radar in the upstate 
Yeah we may see an uptick overnight if the NAM is right. ULL rotating back west just a tad before lifting out.
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46 minutes ago, Tyler Penland said:

Another 1.8" overnight brings me to 9.2" storm total. I'm absolutely amazed how relatively low the rivers are around here. The long duration and new spring growth are no doubt helping.

Yea and the antecedent low water levels helped too

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45 minutes ago, Met1985 said:

No, looks like we will have a great chance of rain for the next week.  Nothing new really. Rinse and repeat. 

Robert really harped on drought coming this summer for many areas but it just isn't happening. We already had almost 3 months worth of rain the past week and probably another inch or two this week coming up. 

I'm also seeing signs of another tropical disturbance near Florida/Gulf of Mexico later in the week which could really create some issues 

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