[at-l] record NC snow

Jim Bullard jim.bullard at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 15:12:02 CST 2010

Get a big fan and push some of that up to me. We haven't had more than an
inch or two in weeks and most of what we had melted. Since then it's just
been cold here. I like to have spring but I know that not likely soon so I'd
just as soon have enough snow to go snowshoeing.

Jim Bullard

On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 3:45 PM, EHamilton <imagainst_the_wind at yahoo.com>wrote:

> I don't know what our total for the season so far is, here in the western
> Maryland panhandle, but we've got a good 4 feet on the ground which has been
> there for over two weeks and I'm thoroughly sick of it.
> MacGyver, cranky from seeing nothing but white
>  ------------------------------
> *From:* Weathercarrot weathercarrot at hotmail.com
> Through today's date, for the season so far, the NC mountains have had
> record snow.  We'll have to see if this year exceeds the legendary winter of
> 1959-60.  Mount Mitchell officially has 55 inches on the ground (400
> vertical feet below the summit - so likely deeper up top) with more to
> come.  The snow stake on Mount Mansfield (VT) is at 61 inches, so Mitchell
> may soon surpass it, which would be extremely rare for this time of
> year......
> Beech Mtn, NC will top 100 inches of snowfall (not depth) for the season
> tonight, and Snowshoe, WV will probably reach 200 inches for the season this
> week. Interestingly, the seasonal average for Snowshoe is almost exactly
> twice the seasonal Beech Mtn average....   Dulles airport is at 73.2 inches
> - an all-time seasonal record......
> wc
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