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2024 Foothills Thread


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4 minutes ago, strongwxnc said:

picked up .34" overnight. More wasted potential :)

 

It’s always this progression:

 

cold—-brief warm up—-rain——cold——brief warm up 

 

on the bright side, the pattern is reloading. Is this our shot? Idk. If we get to Feb 25th with nothing, I’ll be ready to punt our way into spring. I’m still optimistic for now though - it’s probably the best pattern in a while for our region since the cold doesn’t look displaced too far west. 

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15 minutes ago, BooneWX said:

It’s always this progression:

 

cold—-brief warm up—-rain——cold——brief warm up 

 

on the bright side, the pattern is reloading. Is this our shot? Idk. If we get to Feb 25th with nothing, I’ll be ready to punt our way into spring. I’m still optimistic for now though - it’s probably the best pattern in a while for our region since the cold doesn’t look displaced too far west. 

You know deep down what will happen. A few cold days then warm up and rain. 

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26 minutes ago, wncsnow said:

You know deep down what will happen. A few cold days then warm up and rain. 

You’re probably more likely to be right but idk. I have a funny feeling about mid-Feb. Eventually the streak of no-snow ends and it may be next year but I’ll hang on to hope even if it’s false hope until Feb 25th.

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2 hours ago, strongwxnc said:

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Stole from the other site.
Been a while since I’ve seen something like this.


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I just need to bite the bullet and pay for the weather bell subscription. These ensemble graphs always remind me of what I’m missing out on. 

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29 minutes ago, wncsnow said:

It's chilly but not cold. You can feel a touch of spring in the air. No snow in Asheville, too warm. Wild in late January that you get a good NWFS and it's rain or mix except 3k and up. 

I can see a mountain no more than 200 feet above my elevation and you can see the trees in snow and snow falling. Ridiculous. I guess snow drought begets snow drought. Oh well, on to the next one. 

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