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2021-2022 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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40 in Morganton, NC.

I cut down on my totals overall due to the warm nose for the final forecast. The gradient in western NC is going to be so sharp (2-4 inch difference over a couple of miles), it will be impossible to forecast). I really think it will occur somewhere around the Newton / Shelby / Statesville areas.

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2 minutes ago, WxJordan said:

40 in Morganton, NC.

I cut down on my totals overall due to the warm nose for the final forecast. The gradient in western NC is going to be so sharp (2-4 inch difference over a couple of miles), it will be impossible to forecast). I really think it will occur somewhere around the Newton / Shelby / Statesville areas.

 

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Jordan good call brother. 

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2 minutes ago, WxJordan said:

When I was in school at Asheville (UNC-A) studying meteorology, it literally did not snow any in 2011 and 2012 winters LOL. I graduated in Dec 2013 and, if my memory serves correctly, it began snowing again. The weather in Asheville is crazy, so it can do anything in that valley LOL.

@Met1985 @calculus1 @BretWx

Ain't that the truth. After back to back stellar winters they did go into a snow drought. Kind of in one again...

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1 minute ago, BornAgain13 said:

Curious guys , whether it's in the mountains or where I'm at, what's the snow ratios with this?

Going to be higher for sure upon initial push no doubt about it. Like the trends currently. Every little bit helps 

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I'm gonna have to get my batteries charged for the early morning and into lunchtime snowfall. I will probably hit the sack here soon. Hope to wake up around daylight to several inches and heavy snow falling. Hope all of us have better results than we are expecting. Radar sure looks full of moisture. 

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