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White Christmas?

Tracking latest odds and possible events for the holidays

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  1. 1816

    Winter 2018-2019 | Outlooks and Discussion

    Better stock up on vodka, Russians.
  2. Right. So let's see, adjustment per gfs bias tables.......ok, that 7 inches belongs to Detroit.
  3. 1816

    Winter 2018-2019 | Outlooks and Discussion

    I remember a few years where a pattern change to colder and stormier in the east was always 7-10 days out on the horizon but never seemed to materialize. I'm getting the feeling this year might be a reflection of that where the warmer and quieter weather is supposed to show up but never does.
  4. Yeah really looking forward to the late week mud storm.
  5. I'm not so sure. That 2009 analog might end up being closer than anything. Hopefully if it ends up that way the northern folks get theirs too. I agree, it was cool how they hung in and tracked with us.
  6. Biggest takeaways on this one: 1. GFS has confirmed once again - don't rely on it unless you want to get fooled slowly 2. At the midrange on this one, the euro wasn't king of anything. 3. Canadian models were all over it.
  7. Went outside for a bit a while ago. We have about 12-13 on the ground here outside Roanoke. Still snowing moderately. Looks like we might have a couple hours left maybe? Straight powder. Can't even make a snowball.
  8. My concern for ROA and surrounding areas is it seems fast right now. What it does once off the Carolinas coast determines whether it's historic or we're stuck with what we've got now. Its snowing really hard now but for how much longer?
  9. I've got about 8-10 so far. Seems to me to be moving pretty fast. Some NC locations reporting almost a foot and a half.
  10. Flakes are uniform. Size of a very small shirt button. So some conglomeration but very uniform. Coming down like gangbusters though, rates are heavy.
  11. About as heavy as we've seen all day right now. Probably 8 or 10 inches so far.
  12. For comparison. Visibility less than 1/4 mi attm. I've never seen a whiteout so wouldn't mind if it picked up even more
  13. Some warmer air must be working in aloft, more conglomerated flakes now. Hasn't stopped absolutely bombing snow.
  14. This hilltop I would guess is about 1/4 mile away. Pretty obscured.
  15. Pretty windy out there. Low visibility, wind driven snow. Very powdery, decent ratios. We're up to about 3 inches so far I would guess.
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