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January 20-22 “bring the mojo” winter storm threat


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1 minute ago, CaryWx said:

ugh, that Wake county gradient

Only saving grace is the freezing line is offshore the coast and down to savannah Georgia and If taken verbatim then every corner of wake county has a least 5 inches of frozen on the ground after the storm…

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3 minutes ago, NorthHillsWx said:

Only saving grace is the freezing line is offshore the coast and down to savannah Georgia and If taken verbatim then every corner of wake county has a least 5 inches of frozen on the ground after the storm…

Oh I know that line could waffle and slide to and fro during the actual storm.  What we don't want to see is it shift slowly northwest on the coming model runs

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1 minute ago, BullCityWx said:

The entire state of SC is covered in Winter Ptypes

Its rare indeed to see so much of Georgia in it as well. I'm right on the snow line, of course, but I think there would be more sleet than its showing. Hope we see some support among the other models tonight though. 

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12 minutes ago, CaryWx said:

ugh, that Wake county gradient.  Is it done at 84?

haha, Yes!  I live in that part of southern wake that is blanked on the snow map!  can't make it up.  I need to move to Roxboro or Wake Forest.  

Gonna be such a tight snow/sleet line.  I think it shifts more north.

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Not like this is news to anybody but good lord the NAM is a nuke. Would be early frontrunner for *the* storm of the 2020s. Northern stream looked better and it would be really killer if we could keep up some more southerly adjustments with the northern stream. I really thought thermals would be less borderline for Raleigh but the beefier northern shortwave was able to add a bit more ridging and keep things relatively warm. 

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