oldflame wrote:This is starting to look a lot like a repeat of Camille back in 1969. For the sake of people in Nelson and Amherst counties, I hope not.Last report I saw has it trending more to the NC mountains. We shall see... and pray.
Class of 20Something wrote:If you like following winter weather on twitter. The linked account is good if you can get past his politics.Yeah if we could just hold off till Sunday night that’d be great. We have tix to see Trans Siberian Orchestra in Greensboro
He is currently forecasting 11" in Lynchburg and has historically been several days ahead of local and national weather services.
Sly Fox wrote:In my experience with the Falwell family over the past 30+ years, they have never been shy about stating what they believe and standing by it. If anything it should be on their family crest.
Hold My Own wrote:Hands down the wildest storm I've ever tracked. I can't get a grasp on it at all. Canadian model says we'll get dumped on, America's says we'll get nothing. Euro says we'll get it.The updated GFS was fantastic on this storm until the 36 hour mark. Then it dropped south, then picked back up 6 hours later.
Then I turned on WSET and saw him literally put on the screen 0"-18" and felt better. If they cant figure it out then I def don't have a shot.
Looks like it's finally trending North so I'm saying Bedford gets 10", Lynchburg gets 8"
That's my final answer.
Fair enough. Haha
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