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Been sleeting here for about 30 minutes.  Hoping some more of this makes it off the plateau and into the valley.

That's what I'm hoping for too. That's sort of how it started for me then over to flakes that vary in intensity off an on for the last 30 minutes or so. I'm hoping the RGEM is correct in depicting another lobe of energy making its way through after dark, think that will be our best shot in the low elevations at a little dusting since it'll be colder and squeeze out every drop of moisture. 

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From MRX afternoon disco


From MRX afternoon disco...

The higher elevations of the Appalachians will see the highest totals
with 4-8 inches across the winter storm warning. The HREF along
with other guidance continues to paint 6-12 inches across the
highest peaks, above 5000 feet. Precipitation will quickly end
from west to east overnight and by 12Z Tuesday expect only the
higher elevations to see remaining snow.



If I see 6+ then I will probably faint.

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