Wednesday, January 16, 2008

8:30 p.m. update: Snowing in Spartanburg

Not much new to report -- our wetbulb continues to sit at around freezing, so once precipitation starts falling through our very dry air, the temperature will drop.

Remember, the earliest we were expecting snow was 10 p.m., so anything before then is just a bonus.

There is some concern upstream that the snow in N. Georgia switched to freezing rain sooner than expected. We'll have to keep an eye on that.

Still like the 2-4 inch EDIT: SNOW! with some sleet and/or freezing rain after that.

Anybody reading this in the Gaffney area, please post when snow begins to fall.


Anonymous said...

what do you mean that you "still like the 2-4 inch rain with some sleet after that" ? Do you think this is now a rain event?

Anonymous said...

i didn't see a junco today. i don't think it's going to snow. did anyone see any juncos?

Skip Foster said...

Sorry -- fixed the typo -- SNOW, not rain. Latest NAM run insists, though, it's more like 4-6. We shall see.

Anonymous said...

Hey! I'm on the east side of Gaffney and the snow started falling really good right at 10pm. Still coming down now at 10:30