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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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Went bowling with the family tonight.  Came out to snow falling.  Was quite surprised at how much was on the road.  Road is completely covered in my neighborhood, with about 1/4 inch of dry snow.  Seems we’re at the back edge of the precipitation shield now.  Should be ending soon, I guess.

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43 minutes ago, Maggie Ace said:

Beautiful morning out there. Low of 19 here at the house. Just a trace overnight, but watching that sneaky system for Tuesday. Looks like another active week ahead!

 

 

 

Prefctly timed photos . Well done!

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A track right over eastern NC would favor us big time. I was honestly shocked the run only dropped 7-10 inches here. A 970 low west of the OBX would be a mixed bag all the way to Burlington.
That's some serious convective feedback issues. It's been struggling with that a bit. That track would work out pretty well for the mountains. Would toss way more moisture back this way than that run showed.

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1 hour ago, BooneWX said:

A track right over eastern NC would favor us big time. I was honestly shocked the run only dropped 7-10 inches here. A 970 low west of the OBX would be a mixed bag all the way to Burlington.

Yea, just a passing glance but it looked like it had little to no ensemble support on either model. Going to be an interesting few days.

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