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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
03-02-2009, 12:02 AM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
11:19 pm EST, Sun., Mar. 1, 2009



The latest snowfall reports from The National Weather Service in Greenville/Spartanburg, SC: Flat Springs, 10.0"... Simpsonville, 6.5"... Etowah, 6.1"... Forest City, 6.0"... Cherryville, 6.0"... Piedmont, 5.0"... Jonesville, 5.0"... Anderson, 5.0"... Waco, 5.0"... Pelham, 4.5"... Anderson County, 4.5"... Boiling Springs, 4.4"... Carnesville, 4.0"... Townville, 4.0"... Mauldin, 4.0"... Greer, 4.0"... Easley, 3.0"... Asheville, 3.0"... Statesville, 3.0"... Dallas, 2.5"... Fair Play, 2.3"... Charlotte, 2.0"... Kingstown, 2.0"... Columbus, 2.0"... Morganton, 1.0"... Mocksville, 1.0"... Salisbury, up to 3.0"... Gaffney, up to 6.0".

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03-02-2009, 12:21 AM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
For the Raleigh, NC area (though I'm over an hour late)

Quote:URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RALEIGH NC
1106 PM EST SUN MAR 1 2009

...WINTER STORM CONDITIONS EXPECTED TO AFFECT PORTIONS OF CENTRAL
NORTH CAROLINA OVERNIGHT...

.A POTENT UPPER LEVEL LOW WILL TRACK ACROSS EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
OVERNIGHT... BRINGING ACCUMULATING SNOW TO PORTIONS OF THE AREA.

NCZ007>010-021>026-038>041-073>076-083-084-021215-
/O.CON.KRAH.WS.W.0003.000000T0000Z-090302T1400Z/
PERSON-GRANVILLE-VANCE-WARREN-FORSYTH-GUILFORD-ALAMANCE-ORANGE-
DURHAM-FRANKLIN-DAVIDSON-RANDOLPH-CHATHAM-WAKE-STANLY-MONTGOMERY-
MOORE-LEE-ANSON-RICHMOND-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ROXBORO...OXFORD...HENDERSON...
WARRENTON...WINSTON-SALEM...GREENSBORO...HIGH POINT...
BURLINGTON...CHAPEL HILL...DURHAM...LOUISBURG...LEXINGTON...
ASHEBORO...PITTSBORO...RALEIGH...ALBEMARLE...TROY...
SOUTHERN PINES...SANFORD...WADESBORO...ROCKINGHAM
1106 PM EST SUN MAR 1 2009

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM EST MONDAY...

A WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM EST MONDAY.

STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL AMOUNTS ACROSS THE WARNING AREA ARE EXPECTED
TO RANGE FROM 3 TO 6 INCHES...WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS. THE
HEAVIEST AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED TO FALL ACROSS THE TRIAD AND
NORTHERN PIEDMONT. THIS INCLUDES LOCATIONS SUCH AS BURLINGTON...
GREENSBORO... HIGH POINT... WINSTON-SALEM...
LEXINGTON...THOMASVILLE. AMOUNTS OF 2 TO 4 INCHES WITH LOCALLY
HIGHER AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED FROM HILLSBOROUGH AND RALEIGH-DURHAM
NORTH AND NORTHEAST TO HENDERSON... ROXBORO... OXFORD... AND
WARRENTON. SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN PIEDMONT AND
WESTERN SANDHILLS ARE EXPECTED TO BE LIGHTER... AVERAGING 1 TO 3
INCHES. WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS.

DESPITE THE PREVIOUS WARM CONDITIONS... VERY HAZARDOUS TRAVEL CAN
BE EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE WARNING AREA. ROADS WILL BECOME SNOW
AND SLUSH COVERED. IN ADDITION...STRONG AND GUSTY NORTHERLY WINDS
ARE EXPECTED...AND WIND CHILLS COULD FREQUENTLY DROP INTO THE
TEENS TONIGHT THROUGH MONDAY MORNING. SLUSHY AND SNOW COVERED
ROADS SHOULD FREEZE SOLID LATER TONIGHT... AS THE TEMPERATURES
DROP THROUGH THE 20S.

CITIZENS OF CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA ARE URGED TO MONITOR THE
LATEST FORECASTS AND CONDITIONS...AND TO AVOID TRAVEL TONIGHT AND
MONDAY MORNING IF POSSIBLE.

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03-02-2009, 12:24 AM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
Snowfall reports as of 11:16pm EST

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03-02-2009, 01:43 PM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
If anybody has any pics or video I will be glad to host them for you

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03-02-2009, 01:47 PM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
I'm uploading video to youtube right now... I have 6 or 7 from last night and this morning... I also have a good deal of pictures! I've posted two videos in the vid/pic forum.

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03-04-2009, 06:43 AM
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03-04-2009, 02:00 PM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
Recently release sat photo of the North East storm:
LINKY:http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=37261
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Children were mostly back in school, and trains were mostly running on time by March 3, 2009, when the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite took this picture. The U.S. East Coast was cleaning up after a storm that dumped up to a foot (30 centimeters) of snow on East Coast states from Georgia to Maine.
Skies have almost completely cleared over the East Coast in this true-color image, and a wide swath of snow coats the ground. South of Chesapeake Bay, the snow sweeps inland and stretches southward into Georgia. In the north, Lake Ontario appears ice-free, but some ice coats neighboring Lake Erie. Off the East Coast, clouds form streets over the ocean, forming similar patterns to cloud streets over the Greenland Sea days earlier.
Bringing a combination of snow, wind, and freezing rain, the early March storm caused some 500 car crashes in New Jersey, led to a 15-mile traffic jam in North Carolina, and sent 50 cars into a Maryland ditch. Heavy, wet snow in Virginia broke tree branches and downed power lines. Airlines grounded flights and home improvement stores sold out their stocks of show shovels and bags of salt. In Philadelphia, however, flower enthusiasts braved the wicked weather to attend the city’s annual (indoor) flower exhibition

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03-05-2009, 02:34 AM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
[SIZE="2"]ON FEBRUARY 28 , 2009 I GOT [COLOR="Red"]12.5 " OF SNOW
HERE AT MY HOME IN THE BEMIS - JACKSON, TN. AREA !
GOT AN ADDITIONAL 1 INCH ON MARCH 1 ST .
GIVING ME AT RECORD BREAKING 13.5 "
THE MOST AMOUNT EVER IN THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY.
IN BEMIS - JACKSON, TN.[/COLOR][/SIZE]
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03-07-2009, 04:29 PM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
Last weekend was preparing for a major snow event here in South Carolina, Ended the weekend with 5" of snow. Off work Monday & Tuesday because of snow and ice, Late start on Wednesday because of Black Ice. This weekend we are in shorts and t-shirts, Working in the garden. I guess the saying is true if you don't like the weather in the south wait a few days and it will change
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