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October Odyssey

wxdaniel

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October to remember. I like how this pattern is starting early this year. Hopefully the next cycle could start again late December-February. Without that active STJ we may actually score decent chances for most on this board.


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October to remember. I like how this pattern is starting early this year. Hopefully the next cycle could start again late December-February. Without that active STJ we may actually score decent chances for most on this board.


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Yeah that STJ was killing us with snow changing to cold rain and mixing issues.


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Just looking over some data this morning. Something that hasn’t occurred in quiet some time here in the deep south. It is possible that next month that here in GSP, ATL, KBMX, and KJAN. Even the popular spot of RDU could see at or below temperatures for the first half of the month.

During this time it comes with a dry spell. Nothing QPF wise across the Southeast. There is always a possibility that these massive pattern change may cause the western Caribbean to get active.

Places like Black Mountain NC, Boon NC, and Haywood and Swain counties NC, having their first freeze October 3-6 with scattered frost in the western Carolinas.

Patchy frost in the piedmont areas of NC and Northern GA.





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