... Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 10 Am Edt This Morning To 6 Pm Edt Sunday...
Snow Will Continue Right On Through The Day Sunday. The Snow Will Be Heavy At Times. Storm Total Snowfall Accumulations Will Range From 8 To 12 Inches By Sunday Afternoon.
In Addition... North Winds Will Gust To 35 Mph. These Winds Will Combine With Snowfall To Create Very Poor Visibilities And Near Whiteout Conditions At Times. The Winds And Heavy Snowfall May Also Cause Some Trees That Already Have Their Leaves On Them To Break.
Expect Deteriorating Conditions This Afternoon Into This Evening... And Stay Indoors If You Can. Travel Will Become Increasingly Hazardous.
Yeah they said the same thing on the weather channel... then they went on to say something about april and radiation and snow not sticking. So wtf?? We're gonna get 2 feet of freakin' snow over the next couple days but none is gonna stick?
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Ok you can because its not near as bad.
SNOW ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 6 PM EDT SUNDAY
UNTIL 6:15PM EDT
Urgent - Winter Weather Message National Weather Service Greenville-Spartanburg Sc 1010 AM EDT Sat Apr 23 2005
... Light Accumulating Snow Expected In Parts Of The North Carolina Mountains Tonight Through Sunday...
.Strong Northwest Winds Will Usher Much Colder Air Into The North Carolina Mountains Today. Moisture Wrapping Into The Mountains From The Northwest Will Produce Rain Showers... Which Will Gradually Mix Over To Snow Showers From The Higher Elevations Down This Afternoon. Snow Levels Are Expected To Fall Below 5000 Feet This Afternoon... Below 3000 Feet By Evening... And Then Into The Lower Mountain Valleys Overnight.
Avery-Madison-Yancey-Mitchell-Swain-Haywood-Buncombe-Graham- Northern Jackson- Including The Cities Of... Newland... Spruce Pine... Cherokee... Waynesville... Asheville... Sylva 1010 AM EDT Sat Apr 23 2005
... Snow Advisory In Effect From 6 PM This Evening To 6 PM EDT Sunday...
The National Weather Service In Greenville-Spartanburg Has Issued A Snow Advisory... Which Is In Effect From 6 PM This Evening To 6 PM EDT Sunday.
Rain Showers Will Gradually Mix Over To Snow Showers At The Higher Elevations Through The Afternoon. By Evening Accumulating Snowfall Is Expected To Develop At Elevations Above 4000 Feet. Warm Ground Temperatures Will Initially Inhibit Accumulating Snow In The Lower Mountain Valleys... But Freezing Temperatures Overnight Will Finally Permit Light Accumulations Even In Some Valley Locations By Sunday.
Snowfall Accumulations Of 1 To 3 Inches Are Expected From Avery County To Madison County... With The Highest Totals At Elevations Above 4000 Feet And Near The Tennessee Line. Snowfall Accumulations Will Likely Reach 1 To 2 Inches Across The Smokies By Sunday... And Accumulations Around An Inch Are Possible From Weaverville To Waynesville To Cullowhee. The Snow Should Retreat To The Immediate Tennessee Border Sunday... And Then Taper Off To Flurries Across The Northern Mountains By Sunday Evening.
A Snow Advisory Means That Periods Of Snow Will Cause Primarily Travel Difficulties. Be Prepared For Snow Covered Roads And Limited Visibilities... And Use Caution While Driving.
I was supposed to take a ride down to Bowling Green, OH to meet up with a few people today... it was snowin so hard last night that I figured there would be no way, so I cancelled...Now its not all that bad today! But you are right, the salt is everywhere again...