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2022-2023 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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On 2/4/2023 at 9:19 AM, nchighcountrywx said:

Mount Washington recorded a new record low of -47.1 breaking the old record from 1963 of -32.

Prior to last night our historical -34 degree temperature in January 1987 when the stratosphere reached Mount Mitchell had them beat.

 

 

No, Mt Washington's all-time record low has always been lower than anything in NC (-47F in 1934). The -47.1F recorded this weekend is now their new All-time number. That -32F was only a record for this day, not their all-time record. Hope this clears the confusion.

TEMPERATURES (°F)

  Normal Monthly
Average
Normal Daily
Maximum Average
Normal Daily
Minimum Average
Record High
(Year)
Record Low
(Year)
January 5.8 14.9 -3.2 48 (2013) -47 (1934)
February 5.9 14.8 -3.0 48 (2018) -46 (1943)
March 12.9 20.8 4.9 54 (1998, 2012) -38 (1950)
April 23.7 30.7 16.7 60 (1976) -20 (1995)
May 36.3 42.5 30.2 66 (1977,2020) -2 (1966)
June 45.5 51.4 39.6 72 (2003) 8 (1945)
July 49.9 55.3 44.5 71 (1953,2018) 24 (2001)
August 48.7 54.2 43.2 72 (1975) 20 (1986)
September 43.1 49.1 37.1 69 (1999) 9 (1992)
October 31.3 37.7 24.9 62 (2005) -5 (1939)
November 20.8 28.4 13.1 52 (1982,2019,2022) -26 (2018)
December 11.8 20.1 3.5 47 (2001) -46 (1933)
Annual 28.0 35.0 21.0 72 (Aug. 1975) -47 (Jan. 1934)
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2 minutes ago, Tyler Penland said:

Looking good for another solid NWFS event on the border next weekend. Euro and GFS have both been showing plenty of moisture.

Temps of all things might be an issue outside the highest elevations but if the trends continue definitely looks like possibly another foot above 5kft.

Yeah all the models have been showing persistence with this front swinging through and showing some upslope snow for most of the border counties. It'll be a shock after such a nice week.

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Yeah all the models have been showing persistence with this front swinging through and showing some upslope snow for most of the border counties. It'll be a shock after such a nice week.
I'm gonna enjoy this nice week before the shock arrives. The trails are actually dry up here! Doesn't happen often.

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