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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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Looking at the SkewTs on the NAM3km, it is so close once you get west of 321. Literally we are talking about a layer that is one degree or so above freezing. Always a difficult forecast, but usually that warm nose wins out. Still yet, I think most of the foothills gets a good 4-6 at least from the storm before it changes over late morning.

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20 minutes ago, WxJordan said:

Looking at the SkewTs on the NAM3km, it is so close once you get west of 321. Literally we are talking about a layer that is one degree or so above freezing. Always a difficult forecast, but usually that warm nose wins out. Still yet, I think most of the foothills gets a good 4-6 at least from the storm before it changes over late morning.

Well that's good news my goal for Valdese is 5 inches anything more then that is a bonus. I will say once the sleet and maybe some ZR get on top that will be around for days. 

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23 minutes ago, snowbird1230 said:

Boyer just updated totals.

Marshall 1"

Waynesville 5"

Everyone west of the Balsams 1-4"

Most of the higher totals are East of Asheville and around Cashier's and Toxaway

Dude must be hugging the nam. I would go with 4-8 for Graham and swain. 6-12 for Macon and Jackson.  Over 12 for highlands cashiers 

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37/26 out. Been waiting for some of those drier dews to funnel down but thus far the dew actually rose a degree from a couple hours ago. Good to see temp hanging in there

actually just checked national view of dew points and central/northern VA is down to 12 for a dew. Still incredible to me they will get shafted seeing that just because of the trajectory. I still think there’s a surprise mixed in here. Seen it time and time again when the models would scour out that low level cold too soon but this is a beast of a storm 

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