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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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4 minutes ago, wncsnow said:

During that time frame its showing zr over most of mountains 


The warm nose the NAM shows over WNC is meager.  Heavy rates are going to overcome that.  There would be so much forcing in the atmosphere in the way of negative omega that I can't see that precipitation falling as freezing rain.

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1 minute ago, BretWx said:

NAM totals maps are wonky. Snow depth v. totals.... Paying more attention to placement for now. Which looks excellent.

Yeah it has mixing issues and also don't account for the backside that is about to come through.  I would expect that to correct over the next 24 hours.

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The only area in the Mnts where their might be any issues would be the extreme SW Mnts. Hayesville, Murphy, Andrews corridor at lower elevations. This area can be susceptible to missing the CAD. Possibly some mixing issues in this locale depending on micro climate, low track, ect. Obviously with varying amounts, the rest of the Mnts show a real possibility of getting clobbered!


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Just now, Met1985 said:

Good job on the pbp.

Yeah everything looks great from my perspective. 

Thanks bud, I'm still learning as I go but have learned a lot from y'all. I do like the trends of the LP being more south, just been burned so many times here I worry about mixing. 

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