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March 5-6th Winter Storm

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by VFL on 2013-03-06, 9:08 am

Around an inch in Ft City area of Knoxville. Scanner is lighting up now, getting reports of roads freezing over in the northern part of Knox co.
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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by VFL on 2013-03-06, 9:11 am

Also the snow must be underneath the radar. Got fine moderate snow but showing nothing on the radar were I'm at.
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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Jed33 on 2013-03-06, 9:35 am

Closing in on 2in guys! Definitely over achieved in my book!

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by snowdog on 2013-03-06, 9:54 am

You guys have done well this year. Definitely shows the difference winter can have in east tn vs west tn.

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by windstorm on 2013-03-06, 10:01 am

Had snow shower about 12:30 last night with snow covering parts of the yard with a temp of 34.
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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Jed33 on 2013-03-06, 10:08 am

Yeah, it has been a great year for snow here in E TN from knoxville N and east, but Chattanooga has been left out too, this year. I imagine the averages will even out next year, and NE TN will have to take a back seat. This has not been a cold winter really, but it has been a snowy one, as this event brings me up to about 10.5in for the year!

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Jed33 on 2013-03-06, 10:39 am

Lol, MRX looks pretty silly now-an advisory should have been issued from Knoxville N. They really need to get with the program over there. Roads even got covered this AM, it's not like it was only on the grass. What I can't for the life of me understand, is that the zone forecast said total snow accum. Up to 2in, which is about what we had here, and they clearly know that is advisory criteria, yet, they refused to include this area in the advisory. facepalm

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by VFL on 2013-03-06, 12:01 pm

Snow is melting faster than a Derek Dooley coached football team.
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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by windstorm on 2013-03-06, 2:07 pm

This winter for MBY will have a total of about 1 inch of snow. Airport not that much. Mountain around Chattanooga will be more. Some where between 2 to 4. Looking for a better winter next season. I HOPE... facepalm
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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by etnwx on 2013-03-06, 2:50 pm

Jed33 wrote:This has not been a cold winter really, but it has been a snowy one, as this event brings me up to about 10.5in for the year!

Lucky bastard! LOL! My snow total for this year is 3" which is a joke in my book. cliffdive I'd love to see 10 inches.

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Jed33 on 2013-03-06, 4:19 pm

Snow still hanging on good due to thick clouds and 32 degrees, which appears it may be the high again today. Of course the roads are clear, but its held its own in this grass and woods today.

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by John1122 on 2013-03-06, 5:38 pm

Driving to knox today, oddly Anderson county is basically snow free. Northern Knox still had 1/2 inch or so on the ground
We've not had much of any melting today, which is amazing for March. Still have light snow and freezing drizzle going.

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Toot on 2013-03-06, 5:38 pm

Ended up with about 2 to 2.5 inches here also. I was in Jefferson...Cocke..Hamblen and Sevier counties today and as far as unelevated areas go it looked like parts of Jeff county had the most this morning. About 3 inches! I drove up english mtn until the snow got too deep and I had to turn around where there was about 10 inches.

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Toot on 2013-03-06, 6:55 pm

MRX handled this horribly! On my way into Jefferson county this morning I seen 4 different cars off in the ditches..LOL! A WWA or even a Special Weather Statement (SPS) could have mentioned the possibility of hazardous driving conditions. If so..maybe one of those people might have been better informed about the slick roads and actually slowed down and not be off in the ditch. That said..some people are just morons about driving in the snow!

Ok enough ranting..some pics of the scenic driving conditions this morning



uh oh At 7AM this morning Mt Leconte had 14 inches of snow..I bet they got nearly two foot! It will be interesting to here the tomorrow morning report

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Jed33 on 2013-03-06, 8:38 pm

Nice pics Toot! Sure would be cool to be on Leconte!

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by John1122 on 2013-03-06, 10:37 pm

Quite a bit of freezing drizzle/light rain/a few flakes mixed in with a temp of 30 degrees has given everything a nice glaze. I imagine there could be travel issues by morning with the temp dropping into the 20s.

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by Jed33 on 2013-03-06, 10:43 pm

Yeah John, we've had some of that here too. I imagine it will be bad in spots tomorrow. yikes

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by John1122 on 2013-03-06, 10:57 pm

It's enough here to make long icicles off my roof and to have probably 1/8th inch of glaze on just about everything.

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Re: March 5-6th Winter Storm

Post by windstorm on 2013-03-07, 11:11 am

Here were some totals post on the WATE.COM Knoxville, Tn. Snowfall totals vary by location, elevation

Heavier snowfall was reported in Cumberland, Fentress, and Sevier Counties. The National Weather Service office in Morristown said 1.5 inches fell there.

Snow totals reported by WATE 6 weather observers, as of 9 a.m.:
Del Rio - 4 inches
Petros - 1.5 inches
Blaine - 1 inch
Kodak - 3 inches
Rockwood - Dusting
Newport - 2 inches
Sweetwater - 1.5 inches
Madisonville - 0.5 inch
Seymour - 2.5 inches
Knoxville - 0.5-1 inch
Gatlinburg - 3 inches
Oneida - 1 inch
Wartburg - 2 inches
Tazewell - 2 inches
Cherokee, NC - 3-5 inches, county wide
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