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February 18-19 MAJOR Ice Storm Threat


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8 minutes ago, wncsnow said:

Nam is a bit colder so far in WNC... gulp 

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6 minutes ago, wncsnow said:

Charlotte getting ice this run

 

3 minutes ago, wncsnow said:

Sleet line pushing south a bit on NAM compared to previous runs 

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Honestly if this is going to be our last storm of the winter(time running out) bring the ICE might as well hope to get close to 0.50 here in Burke county. 

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Just now, wncsnow said:

I have also thought about getting a generator if I can find one tomorrow. Our area looks like close to the bullseye 

Yes I think Marion East towards Morganton/Valdese and towards Hickory are going to be in some deep trouble. The trends continues for our areas I just mentioned now I know why Brad P. and GSP/other were saying these areas need be ready for power outages. 

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1 minute ago, wxduncan said:

Yes I think Marion East towards Morganton/Valdese and towards Hickory are going to be in some deep trouble. The trends continues for our areas I just mentioned now I know why Brad P. and GSP/other were saying these areas need be ready for power outages. 

Totally agree. Honestly think sleet is the only thing that can save us from serious power issues 

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1 minute ago, PantherJustin said:

Goodness even the 3K Puts 3/4+ on Iredell/Rowan/Catawba Counties

 

Just now, wncsnow said:

Yep and even if it's overdone by 1/2 we are still in serious trouble. 

Yeah Marion/Morganton/Lenoir/Valdese/Hickory and out towards Statesville if these trends keep holding like they been and going up also we all are in some trouble. 

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Will not be shocked if all the above places I said will be under ICE storm Warning by Tom AM package from GSP. Brad was saying about upping totals for the areas I talked about from 0.25-0.35 to more near 0.40-0.55 if the trends continue. 

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Just now, JoshM said:

I thought I was out of the woods, but the trend is putting me in the cross hairs now. Going to get some fuel for the generator, just in case.

Yeah this run would be bad north of the interstate back home. You could go from basically nothing at the state line on New Hope Road to half an inch or more in Cherryville.

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