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02-26-2009, 06:30 PM
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3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
ROLLTIDE Wrote:TWC just showed a map that had snow all the way down to Mobile, AL

Does it include Louisiana/Mississippi?
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02-26-2009, 06:32 PM
Post: #22
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Windwatcher Wrote:Does it include Louisiana/Mississippi?


Ya'll already had yours back in Dec :energetic This event would be for those who were left out last time AL-NC

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02-26-2009, 06:36 PM
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Please check in and tell us what your local mets are saying

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02-26-2009, 07:11 PM
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02-26-2009, 07:28 PM
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What's this SNOW you folks are talking about?

Friday:
Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 90. North northwest wind between 5 and 10 mph.
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02-26-2009, 08:19 PM
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02-26-2009, 09:03 PM
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I wouldn't call NC the deep south, just sayin
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02-27-2009, 12:49 AM
Post: #28
3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
New 00Z models seem to continue the trend of digging this system ever more SW, now showing a track through MS down to the Gulf Coast. It's still a little hard for me to believe in that much amplification, but it's not that dissimilar from the EC and other models earlier today. If this pans out, could be looking at up to several inches of snow to the right of the track, most likely across eastern AR/SW TN/ northern and eastern MS, and into AL and possibly even parts of the FL panhandle. An unusual (but not unheard of) setup to say the least. Will be interesting to see if the models hold onto this more SW track, and if the EC/UK/GGEM trend that way tonight. (And I'm not getting into what could happen farther east depending on how the cyclogenesis occurs).

One thing I would caution is to not put much stock into the ensembles in this setup. They do not have the resolution to handle the track and amplification of such an intense, relatively small scale system (the ensembles run at a coarser resolution than the operational run). HPC mentioned this today in some of their discussions.
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02-27-2009, 07:14 AM (This post was last modified: 02-27-2009 07:17 AM by ROLLTIDE.)
Post: #29
3/1/09-3/2/09 Historic Deep south Snow Storm
Morristown, Disco

Quote:MORRISTOWN AFD:
.LONG TERM (SATURDAY THROUGH THURSDAY)... SURFACE LOW TRACKS TO THE
SOUTH OF THE AREA ON SATURDAY...WITH AMPLE MOISTURE AND LIFT
ASSOCIATED WITH IT...KEPT THE CATEGORICAL POPS GOING FOR SATURDAY.
UPPER LOW FOLLOWS ON SATURDAY NIGHT...WITH STILL SUFFICIENT MOISTURE
AVAILABLE TO CONTINUE WITH LIKELY POPS ON SATURDAY NIGHT. COLDER
AIR FILTERING BEHIND THE FRONT...WILL PROBABLY SEE SNOW DEVELOPING
ON SATURDAY NIGHT. THE HIGHEST ACCUMULATIONS AMOUNTS SHOULD BE
ACROSS THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS. UPPER LOW LINGERS INTO SUNDAY...WILL
CONTINUE WITH THE CHANCE POPS FOR SUNDAY WITH THE BEST CHANCES IN
THE MORNING HOURS. MAY SEE MORE LIGHT SNOW DURING THE MORNING
HOURS...WITH THE BEST CHANCE ACROSS THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS. HIGH
PRESSURE RETURNS BRINGING DRY WEATHER FOR MONDAY. GFS INDICATING A
WEAK SHORTWAVE TRACKING THROUGH THE REGION ON TUESDAY AND ANOTHER
ONE ON THURSDAY. WITH ONLY LIMITED MOISTURE AVAILABLE ON EITHER...
WILL CONTINUE THE DRY FORECAST GOING FOR MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY

Bham NWS
Quote:ON TO THE SECOND HALF...SNOW LOOKS TO BE IN THE CARDS FOR MUCH OF
THE NORTHERN TWO-THIRDS...AND PERHAPS ALL OF CENTRAL ALABAMA LATE
SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY MORNING. MODELS ARE STILL STRUGGLING WITH THE
TRACK OF THE UPPER COLD CORE LOW...BUT FOR NOW AM LEANING WITH THE
FURTHER NORTH SOLUTION FROM THE EURO AND MOST OF THE GFS ENSEMBLE
MEMBERS. THE OPERATIONAL GFS...FURTHER SOUTHWESTERN TRACK IS THE
MAIN OUTLIER AT THIS JUNCTURE. IF THE GUIDANCE IS CORRECT...MUCH
OF THE DEVELOPING SNOW WILL BEGIN IN THE NORTHWESTERN CWA AROUND
MIDNIGHT OR SO...AND WORK ACROSS THE NORTHERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE
STATE THROUGH MIDDAY SUNDAY. PRECIP AMOUNTS CONTINUE TO COME IN
WETTER AND WETTER WITH EVERY RUN...SO IT DOES APPEAR THAT THERE
WILL BE SOME ACCUMULATION ISSUES...PERHAPS A FEW INCHES NORTH AND
EAST OF BHM. DON`T WANT TO GET CARRIED AWAY YET...AS WE STILL HAVE
FIRST THINGS FIRST TO DEAL WITH TODAY AND TONIGHT...BUT THIS
SYSTEM WILL CERTAINLY BE OF INTEREST SOON.

Mobile, NWS

Quote:BUT WRAP-AROUND MOISTURE AND A COLD POOL ALOFT
WILL MOVE ACROSS OUR NORTHERN ZONES AFTER MIDNIGHT. THE LIGHT RAIN
ACROSS OUR NORTHERN ZONES COULD MIX WITH LIGHT SNOW AFTER MIDNIGHT
THROUGH 900 AM SUNDAY...BUT NO ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED. CLEARING
SKIES SUNDAY AFTERNOON WILL BRING MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES...BUT HIGHS
SHOULD ONLY REACH THE LOWER 50S. WE WILL EXPERIENCE A SIGNIFICANT
COOL DOWN SUNDAY NIGHT WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 20S TO LOWER
30S...EXCEPT FOR THE MID 30S AT THE BEACHES. /22

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02-27-2009, 07:20 AM
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