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2022-2023 Fall/Winter Mountains Thread


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1 minute ago, Tacoma said:

Yep WSW are up for Asheville with 4 to 10 but when you go to the snow map it shows Buncombe County .9 inches of snow where as before this it was 2.7 inches of snow.  Shows Waynesville 3.2 and Brevard 2.3, that doesn't make sense.  

Was just looking at the same thing very confused. Totals cut across the board, rightfully so but still lol

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2 minutes ago, wncsnow said:

Oh the precip isnt lost

It is though in the part of the storm that matters, when the upper level cold pool is over head. Remember even in those good NAM runs yesterday almost all of the snowfall was in the deform band. But with the more northerly track/angle of approach that band now tries to track over the mtns from the Tennessee side completely wringing it out. We ideally need to see things trend back south/southeast, a touch weaker, and probably a touch faster.

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2 minutes ago, SnowDawg said:

It is though in the part of the storm that matters, when the upper level cold pool is over head. Remember even in those good NAM runs yesterday almost all of the snowfall was in the deform band. But with the more northerly track/angle of approach that band now tries to track over the mtns from the Tennessee side completely wringing it out. We ideally need to see things trend back south/southeast, a touch weaker, and probably a touch faster.

Yes because the higher heights off the SE coast are forcing it to turn inland faster

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