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Mid to Long Range Discussion ~ 2022


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8 minutes ago, BornAgain13 said:

That's not necessarily the case here....

It is for most of NC. You’re in a better spot per that run. Only saving grace with this depiction is the amount of qpf, you can afford to burn through a lot of it as rain and still have enough to fall as snow for good accumulation. Those details will iron themselves out over the week. A storm is there and there are ways it snows on NC and VA with it

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2 hours ago, NorthHillsWx said:

Thing of beauty though temps are very marginal (850’s and Surface) but that’s also how we rip big dendrites and rates in the south 

Gotta ride the line lol i still feel better that EURO/UKIE are on it and not just the GFS…. The fact they ALL have the storm only happened once in January that was the first storm

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13 minutes ago, PantherJustin said:

Gotta ride the line lol i still feel better that EURO/UKIE are on it and not just the GFS…. The fact they ALL have the storm only happened once in January that was the first storm

Yep, this immediately shot up to a bonafide threat to me when all 3 had it. Long way out obviously but should be an interesting week at least 

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6 hours ago, NorthHillsWx said:

What had at a minimum looked like a wet week certainly has dried up for central-eastern NC

yeah I was hoping for a good soaking to get some oyster mushrooms growing. They are very tasty :)

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Coming out of January I was very ready to give this winter a solid B grade but while January was a B+, A- in my opinion December and February have been a F and a D respectively. Overall I’d have to say that gives this winter a C- or just above passing. Like others have said, it’s over. The progressive nightmare isn’t going away due to the Atlantic even with a friendly Pacific since December and we’re just getting warmer. Onto spring and severe tracking

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