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3 minutes ago, TellicoWx said:

In their defense tho...MRX has to rank among one of the worst places to be assigned as a Met...with the 1 million different microclimates they have to deal with

I think I read an article a while back that East Tennessee was #2 in unpredictable weather, guess who #1 was! 

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In their defense tho...MRX has to rank among one of the worst places to be assigned as a Met...with the 1 million different microclimates they have to deal with
Right, but thats partly why I don't understand MRX insists for granular snowfall map forecasts down to .25 inch level. Most other offices do it old school with >1", 1-3, 3-6 and so on. Why they want to forecast .25 inches on a map is completely mind boggling. Give ranges that for one keeps you somewhat safe with your forecast and allows people to prep for higher amounts while also allowing for smaller amounts.

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Just now, TellicoWx said:

HRRR would have been higher across Southern valley/plateau, back into NE AL/GA...but had an extended period of sleet.

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Sleet isn’t all bad, will definitely allow any flakes to stick quick

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There are going to be crazy cutoffs in wild places with heavy and light areas.  One neighborhoodwill get crushed and the next will accuse his freinds across town of lying about the snowfall totals.

6 minutes ago, Kasper said:

I mean we have seen some crazy things with models before but never anything like this! It’s like they’ve been sipping on Uncle Joe’s Koolaid!

 

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