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January 8th-9th threat

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6 minutes ago, Jonathan said:

Is it me or has this thing shifted from overnight Thursday into Friday to mid-day Friday into Friday night? THAT'S definitely not a good trend.

Yeah, it seems do be drier with the initial surge of moisture, but then the low kinda backs in towards the coast, allowing moisture to back-build. Could be good for ensuring some snowfall across the board, with less WAA and more consistent banding (after a potential initial thump)

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Just now, BullCityWx said:

GFS went back up to nearly half a foot IMBY. My guess is we got lucky and the model thinks we caught a band. 

It does seem to indicate a very heavy mid afternoon snow band with visibilities close to zero. 

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2 minutes ago, oconeexman said:

Bring it! Love the temp profiles on the nam. Wouldbe some big wet ufo's flying. Hopefully it has a handle on it this far out but I'm skeptical

You know I'm pulling for you. Yall have been left out too many times. 

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1 minute ago, BornAgain13 said:

I consider the piedmont central,  the triad east central 

The triad is west-central, if you consider the distance from E-W of NC. 

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6 minutes ago, StantonParkHoya said:

Anyone have maps? Edit: You guys are liberal with use of central NC. Looks like garbage for Triangle.

I think it's okay if you're the western triangle. I mean, clearly not as great as west of say Burlington to Albemarle but I am also not sure I buy this break in precip. 

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2 minutes ago, DC2Winston said:

Triad is NW Piedmont as defined by Raleigh NWS if I remember correctly. 

That is almost always what I've thought of the area along 40 from Hickory to Greensboro. Burlington probably starts central NC. 

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1 minute ago, wncsnow said:

Canadian looks good for mountains and foothills is still further north than other models 

Yeah its weird,  maybe it's not that its further north , but it's because it has more precip on the NW side, maybe?

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