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Tyler Legg
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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Albeit we live in the Southeast, we (NC, especially WNC) see snow on a  regular basis from December through March. When it falls on September 30th and October 1st, it gets a bit a lot of attention. Yesterday evening, I noticed that Brad Panovich, Chief meteorologist for WCNC, tweeted about snow beginning to fall atop Beech Mountain. Being the weather geek I am, I pulled up the current temps at the summit of Beech along with the dew points and radar. Low and behold, the cold air was thick enough to allow snow flakes to fall down to the higher elevations. So, I sat around and watched the live webcam up on Beech Mountain for a while. The snow came down at a pretty good clip for quite some time. Then, Boone received some snow this morning. Plenty of pics/videos floating around. Check out some of the pics/videos over on Brad's blog. Still some flakes falling out there as I type. Check out the live webcam up on Beech Mountain here.

I was tempted to just post this over on the new Carolina Weather Blog, but thought I'd share the news here on THFF. Not a huge deal. I will admit though, it's pretty cool watching snow flakes fall on September 30th.


Bill Trussell said...

Snow is September, in this part of the country is a bit unusual. I love, especially when we get it around Christmas.

Tyler Legg said...

Definitely a sight to see right around Christmas! The white Christmas last year was incredible.

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