Downeastnc, Shaggy, and anyone else what are your thoughts on the weather this upcoming weekend?
It want be by the time this weekend rolls around. Supposed to be cold the rest of this week. Also, dont forget about the big snow we had the first week of December last year. Everyone said it was going to be a dusting and the ground was to warm. We ended up with 6" of snow on the ground and the roads were covered.Looks like the grocery stores must need a good push to end 2018. Milk and bread companies working overtime right now.....
Geez....the ground is warm, never going to stick around even if it does. But id LOVE to hunt in a good snow
They came from New York Ohio and California!Weather has never been an issue to me. Nothing I can do about it so just adapt. Back when I was working it was just something else to slow you down a little but the warden said you would be there regardless. At least there weren't as many idiots around Raleigh as there are now. Where did they all come from? Now, it's no big deal. I can get out in it if I want to or just stay by the fire.
you are dead on the first one. second best day I ever had on badin due to a snow stormstorm that arrived while we were at badin. we quit when the snow and sleet started building up on the piers.Let’s see:
Usually fishing can be hot during a storm. Can really see deer in the woods better with snow on the ground. Finding deer beds and trails is easy so scouting results in more recon.
The only secrets are, stay home, sit back and enjoy the shit fest of all the freaks out on the road.
I guess I need help because I love it. When the 20+" storm hit in 2000, I was out 4-wheeling on roads where I was the first to put down tracks. It was a lot of fun. Maybe it brings out the Yankee in me.
Surely I'm reading this wrong are you saying 2 feet.dang if it ain't my weekend to work can't catch breakThe lows that are going to become this storm are just now getting onshore on the west coast.....models rely on data input from the ROAB network ( basically airports, and weather balloons launched from numerous places in the US and Canada ) that sample the atmosphere......so when these storms get onshore the surrounding air is well sampled and the models go from educated guessing to predictions with real skill.....by Thursday there should be a good idea of who what and where the biggest totals are going to be......does look like a lifetime event possible in the mts/foothills.......2ft plus like totals.....
Sure a lot of the clown maps are throwing down what would be snowfall records for many places.....realistically 12-20" over the foothills and mts seems doable.....east of there well it can go a lot of different ways.....could be sleet/snow/rain mix at times and temps are not super cold so it a marginal type setup and there are so many variables up in the air I hate to even post on it which is why I have been laying off it.....models should have a much better handle on it tomorrow into Thurs.....Surely I'm reading this wrong are you saying 2 feet.dang if it ain't my weekend to work can't catch break
That's not a problem. If it snows as hard as the models imply it will pile up big before it ever has a chance to melt. The ground temps would only matter if this was going to be a minor event. It's not it's got the potential to be huge for someone in the foothills and towards the Virginia border.is this saying the triangle is getting over 10 inches of snow?!
no way the ground is even cold enough.
Ground temps wont matter and this is still 4 days away......I have seen it snow 3-4" a day after it was 75 degrees, rates and duration are what matters.....is this saying the triangle is getting over 10 inches of snow?!
no way the ground is even cold enough.
If it phases too soon then the warmer deal would be in play as that would pull the low further north. Its long range 84hr nam so it's not in it's best tine frame but its colder than the more popular global models as well. So is it on to something with the temp profiles?let's hold on to that trend warmer deal. Thanks for the info downeatsnc.