My last posted map was..
Not a bad call, but a little low on the north side and a little low south of Danville.
I had actually made another map and never uploaded it..
Would have been a little better in some areas but missed the 20 inche totals.
Actual storm totals..
That northern side was way underdone by everone. This somewhat shows why I didn't really back off Friday when the data sunk south again. Northern edges are always a bear and there were some suble changes that lead to 13.5 in Charlottesville, 11.5 in Richmond and 15-20 in Lexington to Covington areas.
I ive in Lynchburg and the official total will be 11.7, I had an even 12 or so and region wide 12-15 seems to be the common numbers for our area.
We are off to a nice start this winter with over 50% of more of the seasonal totals already achieved.
Outside shot at a little snow and ice late this week but we should be mild until Christmas week. That may be the transition week and then by early January we should be back into a colder pattern.
In moderate El Ninos-- When you get one storm over 10 inches, you often get a second or even a third.
09-10, 86-87 and 65-66 were winters that had 2 or more storms over 10 inches in most of our region. 02-03 had a plethora of storms between 3 and 6 inches.
Meaning, enjoy the break-- we may chatting a lot as the season moves forward.
Hope you saw my heavy snow video!