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Tyler Legg
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009
1.) That 6 inches did not happen, I really wasn't expecting the higher amounts anyway, the storm just simply did not track enough east to give us the 6". Here in Kannapolis, we received about 1-3 inches on the ground, while Albemarle, Asheboro, and Wadesboro had 2-4 and locally 5". The BIG accumulations are occurring over in the Triangle and over towards the coast. Raleigh has 6 inches already, Fayetteville has 4 inches, and one of the heaviest spots...Pittsboro w/ 7". In general, if you are along and east of I85, you probably saw 1-3". West of I85 and a dusting at most. NC snowstorms are EXTREMELY tough to nail...I still have a feeling we'll get a decent snow event soon for the entire Piedmont.

2 comments:

chagua said...

I don't like to tell you this, but I must do it. Here it's snowing, not very much but it's happening once again. I can't remember a winter like this. I think we'll have powerful rivers this spring.
Greetings. Fernando.

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

Snow isn't giving you guys much mercy...yeah, runoff over there will be pretty bad once everything melts....Over here we aren't getting NEARLY as much as you guys are...

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