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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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1 hour ago, calculus1 said:

Yep, @Hvward was right on with his map for Catawba County.  Completely blanked.

My in-laws in Black Mountain are reporting around 2 inches.  We're heading up there this afternoon.  Hard to believe that somewhere in Swannanoa got 8 inches, as that's only like 3 miles away from their house.

Didn't measure but I estimate less than 2 inches IMBY in East Asheville.  Have fun in Black Mountain.

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2 minutes ago, WinstonSalemArlington said:

Anyone know what Asheville’s seasonal total so far is now?

10.5 at the airport as of midnight last night. I am not sure if they got much after midnight. It was pretty bare over there when I took my daughter home.  I am at 16 inches at my house. 

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7 hours ago, LiQuiDBuD said:

Wow that's crazy. Just 30 miles east-southeast we only got 1/2" or so. We always get the NWFS shaft.

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Must of been a near perfect set up for my area that’s the most I’ve got in nwfs since the day after Christmas 2010. Didn’t have to go far down the road today and totals cut drastically.

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7 minutes ago, Buckethead said:

You must be up there in elevation too.

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About 3300 ft. Inversion definitely kicked in. Saw a report of 7 for the low in Waynesville this morning. 

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