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2023 Mountains Spring/Summer Thread


Tyler Penland
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STORM TOTAL QPF HAS FALLEN   BELOW AN INCH WITH THIS PACKAGE OVER THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE AREA,   AND LESS THAN 1.5 INCHES ACROSS MUCH OF THE NC PIEDMONT. HOWEVER,   GIVEN THE LONGER DURATION OF RAIN AND GREATER CONVECTIVE COMPONENT   DEVELOPING SUNDAY, WE RETAIN 3 TO 5 INCH TOTALS ALONG SOME OF THE   NORTHERN ESCARPMENT. WITH MUCH OF THAT DRAINING INTO THE CATAWBA   BASIN, ELEVATED RIVER LEVELS COULD DEVELOP IN THE CATAWBA RESERVOIR   CHAIN WHICH COULD HAVE LASTING EFFECTS INTO MONDAY

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1 hour ago, nchighcountrywx said:

STORM TOTAL QPF HAS FALLEN   BELOW AN INCH WITH THIS PACKAGE OVER THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE AREA,   AND LESS THAN 1.5 INCHES ACROSS MUCH OF THE NC PIEDMONT. HOWEVER,   GIVEN THE LONGER DURATION OF RAIN AND GREATER CONVECTIVE COMPONENT   DEVELOPING SUNDAY, WE RETAIN 3 TO 5 INCH TOTALS ALONG SOME OF THE   NORTHERN ESCARPMENT. WITH MUCH OF THAT DRAINING INTO THE CATAWBA   BASIN, ELEVATED RIVER LEVELS COULD DEVELOP IN THE CATAWBA RESERVOIR   CHAIN WHICH COULD HAVE LASTING EFFECTS INTO MONDAY

Guess I ain’t taking the boat out Monday lol. Saw rumblings that we may be repeating this type of event next weekend…. Sheesh. 

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