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Tyler Legg
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Saturday, December 25, 2010
I'm a weather geek, so I've been tracking this storm for the past week and a half. 5 days ago, it looked like we could get slammed with historic snowfall. Then, things turned around and it looked like the low pressure would track off shore. Come yesterday, things changed. In a big way. The low is now going to hug the Carolina coastline. That means a hefty snowstorm is moving in to the Tar Heel State. Areas up along I-40 have been sitting under an intense band of snow this morning. Mt. Mitchell has 6", Robbinsville has 6" and Bryson City has 6" on the ground. More to come. That heavy snow is slowly pivoting into the Charlotte region as we head closer to this evening. 4-8" in Charlotte is possible. Locally higher. Conditions will rapidly deteriorate once the evening progresses.

Here's a few webcams up in the mountains/foothills of NC.

Fishing and traveling will be extremely treacherous today and tomorrow. A possible foot of snow and meandering mountain roads don't mix too well. Take it easy this weekend folks! Lastly, hope everyone is having a great Christmas!


Lance Milks said...

Hey Tyler,

man what a storm it was. I was on the river both christmas and the day after. loved fishing in the snow and besides the fish were hitting like crazy and I had the whole river to myself. Ill be posting about it soon.

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

It was definitely one of the worst we've seen in a while. Did you guys lose power up there? We were close, but it never went out down here.

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