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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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27 down here in Foscoe but no precip yet.

Saw there is a 20 car pileup being worked on 421. Currently no way up or down the mountain into Boone with 321, 221 and 181 also train wrecks.

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Yep looks like precip made it further west than what the short range models were even showing. Not surprised.
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2 hours ago, Tacoma said:

Mighty quite in here considering the chances for snow are trending better each day for snow Sunday morning in our area. :snowwindow:

 

I am not sure it is trending better yet.... Maybe on the operational GFS. The ensembles and the Euro show a pretty weak system. Hopefully, though, the GFS is correct and we get one last good snow before the warm up. I appreciate your optimism though. :)

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About to board the plane and head back from Maui! Looks like a decent NWF on Sunday and into Monday. Decent dynamics here with the piece of energy enhancing the stream.
Congrats my friend. I'm sure you had a great week out there.

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The mountains will have more chances of snow and cold even though we are going into a area wide warmup the next two weeks or so. There may not be a sleet pellet or snowflake for anyone outside the mountains in the foothills piedmont or upstate SC or ga the rest of this winter and into spring I hope I'm wrong but who knows but the mountains are not done with winter type weather snow chances or cold at the least through mid May. They usually never are done with cold snaps in late winter and spring and at least nw flow chances through until the middle of May at times and remember May 92. It's pretty much common sense not to write off the mountains for winter weather on Feb 13th. Way to early even though the next two weeks or so  doesn't look promising for any winter weather threats in the southeast.

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The mountains will have more chances of snow and cold even though we are going into a area wide warmup the next two weeks or so. There may not be a sleet pellet or snowflake for anyone outside the mountains in the foothills piedmont or upstate SC or ga the rest of this winter and into spring I hope I'm wrong but who knows but the mountains are not done with winter type weather snow chances or cold at the least through mid May. They usually never are done with cold snaps in late winter and spring and at least nw flow chances through until the middle of May at times and remember May 92. It's pretty much common sense not to write off the mountains for winter weather on Feb 13th. Way to early even though the next two weeks or so  doesn't look promising for any winter weather threats in the southeast.
Yeah, experience tells me that I'm just over halfway through winter up here in Wolf. It would be hard to deliver more than January did, but March is typically my snowiest month (except for last year.)

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12 hours ago, Buckethead said:

Yeah, experience tells me that I'm just over halfway through winter up here in Wolf. It would be hard to deliver more than January did, but March is typically my snowiest month (except for last year.)

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Yes sir your exactly right especially at your elevation. You will be measuring snow well into spring up your way. Beautiful area up your way. 

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