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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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I cleaned my board after that last pic and picked up another 1.25" since then, bringing me to 5.75" now. Had some melting with the sun coming out so there's only about 4" on the ground.

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Add another 1.25" to that. In a lull now but there's more decent returns on radar inbound.86276808805666a782f8300f2a0cd308.jpg

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Crazy dynamics with this system. All day snow blowing in Boone. Never any accumulation after sun came up, though, but the mood flakes were fantastic.

Then, driving back down US 321, even witnessed snow/graupel at Cheek's Crossing outside Lenoir and between Lenoir and Taylorsville on NC 90. The crazy thing about this is that the temperature was at 50! That was a 15 degree difference from Blowing Rock to the bottom of the mountain, and yet the snow still survived the journey to the ground. I'm pretty sure that's the warmest ground temperature I have witnessed snow falling at. Crazy. And pretty cool.

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Just got home from JC. Just flurries now...we picked up another .75" for a total of 9". There's about 7.5-8" still on the ground in the yard. I'll try to get up and get some pics in the morning.

That also makes this my best season since moving to WNC at 63.75". The nwf has been good this year!

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Came back from Waynesville and had 1/2” on the deck. 

An easy 2” for the event, probably close to 3” total if I had kept track of measurements throughout the day since I woke up. An overperformer when looking at the forecast for my area. Over 30” for the season at my new place and that’s just since Dec 28th when I closed on it. 

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The weekend snow was impressive even here in the Valley. I probably has at least a couple of inches, but no way of really knowing for sure. The heavier squalls would drop around a half inch or more then quickly melt after they passed yesterday. A couple of the squalls actually covered the driveway temporarily and those rates were likely an inch or more per hour. 

Looking like another shot of cold air could arrive in about 8 to 10 days.

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