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I live to the west of that area, but that spot is generally in the heart of NE Georgia CAD areas. Based upon current trends and forecasts, to say that getting there will be challenging may be an understatement. That is a beautiful area though ... and it would be great hiking if you could get there.I was looking at driving to North Georgia Monday to do some hiking. I read the discussion and some of the hazardous weather posts from the nws and it sounds like it may be more of an ice event over there. Anybody have any insight on what things might look like in the Blairsville Brasstown Bald area Sunday Monday? They are right on the edge in all the models. Would be cool if the roads were clear and it was snowy in the upper elevations.
2 reasons for the hump: dry slot and delayed cold air due to the surface low being a little further west and north.Why the weird "hump" around the Bham area?
Makes me laugh considering what people were saying two weeks ago about Bham always getting left out or being 900 degrees when everywhere else has dropped below freezing.
I'm really shocked by how quiet it is on here especially with an impending significant winter storm.
Main reason is the dry slot...then as the 2ndry low takes over pushes the precip back over the northeast corner as is exits northeast...too far east for central al.So why does the line go south again over E AL? Its like theres a skinny warm front on the diagram.