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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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33 minutes ago, Tacoma said:

I think around Candler we'll see around a foot myself, looks like the deformation zone will come right over us dumping another 2- 4 inches.  Don't think we have any trouble reaching a foot when all is said and done.  Then the wind gust around 51 miles an hour, :ee::o

We could get zero, but I like that forecast other than the wind gust. :)

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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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