Post Reply 
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
12-05-2009, 08:22 AM
Post: #261
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
We got about a half an inch here in Covington. Very little on the ground with all the accumulation on rooftops and vehicles. Set a NWS record for the earliest recorded snowfall in the N.O. Metro area.

"The ultimate judge of your swing is the flight of the ball." - Ben Hogan
Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-05-2009, 09:23 AM
Post: #262
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
Up in the mountains of Georgia,not a single flake has fallen. Oh well,another "Houston has gotten more snow than you did" call from friends in H town.
Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-05-2009, 10:44 AM
Post: #263
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
[Image: image1.gif]

I was right in the purple shaded area to the right. Still have snow on the ground.
Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-05-2009, 11:28 AM
Post: #264
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
warwoman Wrote:Up in the mountains of Georgia,not a single flake has fallen. Oh well,another "Houston has gotten more snow than you did" call from friends in H town.

Some reports of up to two inches in NW Georgia. I had half an inch in north Alabama. It was really snowing hard around 3:30 this morning, it just didn't last long.
Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-05-2009, 11:59 AM
Post: #265
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
Some nice pics from around here:
http://www.whnt.com/news/whnt-snow-photo...otogallery
Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-07-2009, 08:39 AM
Post: #266
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
RARE EARLY DECEMBER SNOW STORM FOR PORTIONS OF THE ARKLAMISS

On Friday December 4th, and for the second year in a row, an early December snow storm struck southern portions of the ArkLaMiss. This occurred as a strong upper level disturbance helped to induce a low pressure system over the northwest Gulf of Mexico.
Colder air was moving southward into the area as light rain developed over Northeast Louisiana and Southwest Mississippi late Friday afternoon. The precipitation quickly changed to all snow by evening and then moved eastward across Central and South Mississippi during the night, becoming heavy at times south of the Interstate 20 corridor. A significant amount of rain fell initially along the Interstate 59 corridor before changing to snow late Friday evening. All precipitation exited eastern portions of the ArkLaMiss shortly after midnight.
As was the case with last year's December snow storm, very little if any snow fell in extreme Southeast Arkansas and North Central Mississippi. Light snow fell along the Interstate 20 corridor with up to an inch falling from Jackson to Meridian in Central Mississippi. The heaviest snow fell along the Highway 84 corridor, where amounts ranged from two to five inches. Below is a listing of measurable snowfall reports to date, in inches.
Northeast Louisiana

Vidalia 2.0 Jonesville 2.0 Waterproof 1.5 Wildsville (3 West) 1.0 Sicily Island 1.0 Deer Park (4 South) 0.5 St. Joseph
0.5 Tallulah 0.3 Central Mississippi

Mount Olive (4 West) 5.0 Bogue Chitto 4.0 Natchez 3.0 Hazlehurst 3.0 Ruth (4 North) 3.0 Fayette 2.5 Hattiesburg 2.5 Laurel 2.3 Little Springs 2.3 Bassfield 2.0 Braxton 2.0 Brookhaven 2.0 Columbia (8 East) 2.0 Mize 2.0 Moselle 2.0 Prentiss 2.0 Seminary 2.0 Topeka 2.0 Bude 1.5 Forest 1.5 Utica 1.3 D'Lo 1.2 South Jackson 1.2 Richland 1.1 Bay Springs 1.0 Florence 1.0 Bolton 1.0 Meridian 1.0 Morton 1.0 Brandon 1.0 Florence 1.0 Downtown Jackson 0.8 Kingston 0.8 Jackson International Airport 0.7 Canton 0.5 Carthage 0.5 De Kalb 0.5 Newton 0.5 Madison 0.5 Philadelphia 0.5 Ridgeland 0.5 Union 0.5

Twitter updates we will follow you back
http://twitter.com/Hardcoreweather
Now on Facebook We will like you back
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hardcorewe...466?v=wall


Visit this user's website Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-07-2009, 09:10 AM
Post: #267
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
I had about 1 1/2 inches here in the Cumberland Platau in East Tn.

Retired from ASA now for some real flying
Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-07-2009, 10:02 AM
Post: #268
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
ZCZC NEWPNSLIX ALL TTAA00 KLIX 051538
...SNOWFALL REPORTS FOR THE DECEMBER 4TH SNOW EVENT...
LOCATION............COUNTY/PARISH.........TOTAL SNOWFALL
SMITHDALE..............AMITE................3 INCHES
FRANKLINTON..........WASHINGTON.............2 INCHES
LIBERTY................AMITE................2 INCHES
CENTREVILLE...........WILKINSON.............2 INCHES
SUMMIT..................PIKE................2 INCHES
LIVINGSTON...........LIVINGSTON.............1.5 INCHES
ENON.................WASHINGTON.............1.5 INCHES
MCNEIL...............PEARL RIVER............1 INCH
BOGALUSA.............WASHINGTON.............1 INCH
PICAYUNE.............PEARL RIVER............1 INCH
CLINTON..............EAST FELICIANA.........1 INCH
FOLSOM...............SAINT TAMMANY..........1 INCH
MANDEVILLE...........SAINT TAMMANY..........1 INCH
COVINGTON............SAINT TAMMANY..........0.50 INCH
BATON ROUGE.........EAST BATON ROUGE........0.25 INCH
SLIDELL..............SAINT TAMMANY..........0.10 INCH

Twitter updates we will follow you back
http://twitter.com/Hardcoreweather
Now on Facebook We will like you back
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hardcorewe...466?v=wall


Visit this user's website Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-07-2009, 12:25 PM
Post: #269
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1236 PM EST SAT DEC 5 2009

THE SNOWFALL AMOUNTS LISTED BELOW ARE LISTED BY THE COUNTY AND ARE
A SUMMARY OF REPORTS RECEIVED SATURDAY MORNING. IN ORDER TO GET AN
ACCURATE MEASUREMENT BEFORE MELTING OCCURS REPORTS WERE REQUESTED
AS THE SNOW CAME TO AN END IN EACH COUNTY. UNFORTUNATELY REPORTS
FROM HIGHER ELEVATIONS IN A FEW COUNTIES WERE UNAVAILABLE DUE TO
ACCESSIBILITY ISSUES.

COUNTY, STATE INCHES OF SNOWFALL
________________________________________________________________

ANDERSON COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 1

BLEDSOE COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 1

BLOUNT COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

BRADLEY COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

CAMPBELL COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

CARTER COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 1

CLAIBORNE COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

****E COUNTY, TN 1 TO 3

HAMBLEN COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

HAMILTON COUNTY, TN 0.5 TO 1.5

HAWKINS COUNTY, TN 1

JEFFERSON COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

JOHNSON COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

KNOX COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 2

LOUDON COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 2

MARION COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 1

MCMINN COUNTY, TN 0.5 TO 1

MEIGS COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 2

MONROE COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

MORGAN COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

POLK COUNTY, TN 1 TO 1.5

RHEA COUNTY, TN 0.5 TO 1.5

ROANE COUNTY, TN 0.5 TO 1

SCOTT COUNTY, TN 1 TO 3

SEQUATCHIE COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 2

SEVIER COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

SULLIVAN COUNTY, TN 1 TO 1.5

UNICOI COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 2

UNION COUNTY, TN 1 TO 2

WASHINGTON COUNTY, TN DUSTING TO 1

LEE COUNTY, VA 1 TO 2

RUSSELL COUNTY, VA 2

SCOTT COUNTY, VA 1

WASHINGTON COUNTY, VA 1

WISE COUNTY, VA 2 TO 3

CHEROKEE COUNTY, NC DUSTING

CLAY COUNTY, NC DUSTING











PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE TN
745 AM CST SAT DEC 5 2009

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL SNOWFALL REPORTS FROM COUNTY LAW
ENFORCEMENT, COOP SITES, AND COCORAHS SITES THIS MORNING.

COUNTIES ACCUMULATION
_______________________________________________________

COFFEE 1/2 - 1"
CANNON 1/2"
CUMBERLAND 1 - 3"
FENTRESS 1 - 2"
GRUNDY 1 - 2"
OVERTON 1 - 3"
PICKETT 1/2 - 1"
PUTNAM 1" WEST, 2-3 EAST
VAN BUREN 2"
WARREN1/2 - 2"
WHITE1 - 3"











PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
130 PM CST TUE DEC 5 2009

...SNOWFALL TOTALS FROM ACROSS THE AREA...

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DEVELOPED AND TRACKED ALONG THE NORTHERN
GULF COAST TO BRING AN EARLY SEASON SNOWFALL TO PORTIONS OF
NORTHEASTERN ALABAMA AND THE CUMBERLAND PLATEAU OF SOUTHERN
MIDDLE TENNESSEE. AREAS SOUTH AND EAST OF THE CITY OF
HUNTSVILLE RECEIVED THE HIGHEST SNOWFALL AMOUNTS...WHEREAS
TOTALS DECREASED FURTHER TO THE NORTH AND WEST. AREAS MAINLY
WEST OF INTERSTATE 65 GENERALLY DID NOT RECEIVE ANY SNOWFALL
ACCUMULATIONS.

BELOW ARE SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR SOME AREA LOCATIONS SINCE LATE
FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH EARLY SATURDAY MORNING.

LOCATION NAME 24 HR SNOWFALL
============= ==============

AL-JC-3 HOLLYTREE 1.6"
UGVA1 UNION GROVE 3W 1.6"
AL-MS-10 GEORGIA MOUNTAIN 1.3"
AL-MD-2 KEEL MOUNTAIN 1.3"
HORA1 CULLMAN N.A.H.S. 1.2"
HTAA1 HOLLYTREE 1.1"
AL-MS-20 CHEROKEE RIDGE 1.0"
OXRA1 OWENS CROSS ROADS 1.0"
AL-CM-3 4 E CULLMAN 0.9"
AL-MD-4 SE HUNTSVILLE #2 0.9"
AL-MD-28 MONTE SANO #1 0.9"
AL-MD-12 S HUNTSVILLE #1 0.8"
AL-MD-29 SE HSV #3/BAILEY CV 0.8"
AL-MD-33 HUNTSVILLE MOUNTAIN 0.8"
CHARM SITE 43 HAMPTON COVE 0.8"
AL-MG-14 2 E SOMERVILLE 0.8"
AL-MS-11 ALDER SPRINGS 0.8"
TN-FK-3 4 W WINCHESTER 0.8"
TN-ME-1 LYNCHBURG 0.8"
AL-MD-10 MATHIS MOUNTAIN 0.7"
AL-MD-13 2 W NEW MARKET 0.7"
TN-LC-13 BLANCHE 0.7"
AL-MD-25 EAST HUNTSVILLE 0.6"
AL-MD-48 SE HSV/WILLOW BEND 2 0.6"
AL-MD-54 SE HSV #6/LILY FLAGG 0.6"
CHARM SITE 45 HUNTSVILLE 5.1 SE 0.6"
TN-LC-2 HOWELL 0.6"
TN-LC-3 MOLINO 0.6"
AL-JC-8 WOODVILLE 0.5"
AL-MD-17 MAYSVILLE 0.5"
CHARM SITE 103 OWENS CROSSROADS 5.3 NW 0.5"
TN-LC-12 SOUTH LINCOLN SITE 2 0.5"
LYCT1 LYNCHBURG 0.5"
FOPA1 FORT PAYNE 0.5"
AL-JC-07 LANGSTON 0.5"

**THE CUTOFF VALUE OF 0.5" WAS CHOSEN DUE TO THE NUMEROUS LOCATIONS
WHICH RECEIVED BETWEEN A TRACE AND 0.5" OF SNOW.

Twitter updates we will follow you back
http://twitter.com/Hardcoreweather
Now on Facebook We will like you back
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hardcorewe...466?v=wall


Visit this user's website Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
12-07-2009, 01:20 PM
Post: #270
Deep South Snow Storm 12/4/09-12/5/09
Huntsville NWS didn't even know it was Sunday when they put that out:
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
130 PM CST TUE DEC 5 2009

:omgwtf:
Find all posts by this user
Quote this message in a reply
Post Reply 


Forum Jump:


User(s) browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)