Friday, February 14, 2014

Winter Storm Buries The High Knob Landform


February 16, 2014
High Knob Massif
Bill Harris Photograph of Roddy Addington
Standing In 2 Feet Of Snow On High Knob
Photograph by Bill Harris - © All Rights Reserved.


A deep fall of heavy snow buried much of the southern & central Appalachians as a winter storm lifted out of the Gulf of Mexico on February 12.

The storm followed a classic Miller A track just inland of the coast.  A track which climatology repeatedly shows throws the hammer down upon the High Knob Massif and locations to the east and northeast along the mountain chain.

A second heavy fall of snow on ROARing SW winds generated blizzard-like conditions across the great High Knob Massif during February 14-15, adding more depth, with a third system capping it off into morning hours of February 16.

February 16, 2014
High Knob Massif
( Section With More Uniform Depth )
Roddy Addington Photograph of Bill Harris
Standing In 2 Feet Of Snow On High Knob
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

A general 20" to 30" of snow fell upon upper elevations, above 3000 feet, of the High Knob Massif during the February 12-16 period.

Northern slopes of the massif had several inches of 
snow depth prior to the big dump of February 12-13.

February 16, 2014
High Knob Massif High Country
Looking SW Across Part of Powell Mountain Block
Complex Topography of The High Knob Massif
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

How would you like to set out on a hike across this mass of high country ridges?  Merely a tiny portion of the sprawling expanse that is the High Knob Massif.

Rod said if all the snow could be spread out evenly the depth would easily be 2 feet; however, in reality wind blown depths varied from bare ground to drifts more than 5 FEET ( much more in places such as the infamous Davenport Gap Drift Zone in upper portions of the Big Cherry Lake Basin ).

February 16, 2014
High Knob Meadow At 4223 Feet
Looking SW Across Big Cherry Lake Basin
Wind Swept Summit of High Knob Massif
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

A striking contrast between the wind swept summit and drifts of 3 to 5+ feet are testimony to simply wicked conditions that show no mercy amid this great massif of high country.

February 16, 2014
Remnant Massif of High Knob Landform
Mountain Of Snow - Wind Blown Drifts of 5+ Feet
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

Snow had settled significantly in recent days, 
but maintained great depth and designs of wind sculpturing in exposed locations.

February 16, 2014
Upper Tennessee River Basin
Intricate Wind Sculpturing ( And Snow Rollers )
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

More than 80" of snow have now fallen upon the main crest zone of the High Knob Massif, despite a great lack of December snow, in Winter 2013-14.

February 16, 2014
Jefferson National Forest
Looking Into High Knob Lake Basin
Photograph by Bill Harris - © All Rights Reserved.

The only way to reach High Knob Lake during the closed season, September 15 to May 15, is to hike or ride a horse along the Chief Benge Hiking-Horseback Riding Trail.  This is part of a majestic 33 mile trail system linking the City of Norton's Flag Rock Recreation Area with the Little Stony Creek National Recreation Trail.  Many miles of additional trail are hoped to be added to this system in future years amid the massif of Wise-Scott counties.

Dedication Of The 33-Mile High Knob Trail System

Chief Benge Trail - Wise County Tourism

Exploring Trails & Natural Wonders - Scott County Tourism

Appalachian Wonders - High Knob Lake

Appalachian Wonders - Glady Fork Wetland Valley

Appalachian Wonders - Bark Camp Lake

Appalachian Wonders - Little Stony Gorge National Trail

Appalachian Wonders - Guest River Gorge

( City of Norton Parks & Recreation )
Appalachian Wonders - Flag Rock

( City of Norton Parks & Recreation )
Appalachian Wonders - Legion Park

( Part of Big Stone Gap Loop Trail System )
Appalachian Wonders - Roaring Branch Gorge

( Big Stone Gap Loop System )
Appalachian Wonders - Keokee Lake

A total of 70 days ( 10 weeks ) with 1" or more of snow depth were documented for northern slopes in upper elevations as of February 20, 2014.

February 16, 2014
High Knob Lake Basin
USFS Special Biological Area
Zooming Into Frozen High Knob Lake
Photograph by Bill Harris - © All Rights Reserved.

High Knob Lake sits 733 vertical feet lower in elevation than the summit, near the head of Mountain Fork of 
Big Stony Creek of the Clinch River.

A zoom by Bill toward High Knob Lake revealed part of the snow-ice covered lake surface, visible 
as white in center of photograph.

February 16, 2014
Clinch Ranger District of Jefferson National Forest
Wind Swept Conditions Along USFS Route 238
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

Blowing & drifting dominated Route 238 between 
the peaks of High Knob and Eagle Knob.

February 16, 2014
High Knob Massif Crest Zone
Looking Northeast Along USFS Route 238
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

Only in places are snow depths uniform amid these upper elevations where snow gets moved around, in different directions, by successive storm events and varying wind trajectories.

February 16, 2014
High Knob Massif Crest Zone
Wind Blown & Drifted Snow Along Route 238
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

Darlene Fields captured a post-card scene at her home 4 air miles east of the High Knob summit, along the eastern edge of the main crest zone, 
after 19.5" of snow fell into February 15 
( 21" during February 12-16 period ).

February 15, 2014
Elevation of 3300 feet
Post-Card Scene In High Chaparral Community
Photograph by Darlene Fields - © All Rights Reserved.

The start of the main winter storm was captured 
in dramatic fashion by time lapse video at the University of Virginia's College In Wise, looking toward the High Knob Massif which was already snow covered from prior wintry days.

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February 12, 2014
CAM View Elevation 2600 feet
Looking Toward The High Knob Massif
University of Virginia's College In Wise Time Lapse
Courtesy of Computer Science-Mathematics Department
( Alex Edwards & Josh Moore )

Time Lapse Observations

It takes about 35 seconds of run time to get to dawn on February 12.  Observe that clouds are moving from right to left across the sky, from the southwest, and that the High Knob Massif has snow covering mountain slopes in the far distance.  Some mountain waves can be detected through mid-morning as virga begins to develop aloft.

Just before mid-day, 12:00 PM Noon local time, a dramatic shift in wind direction to easterly is observed, with clouds now going from left to right across the sky and increasing in speed.  The circulation of the winter storm is beginning to impact the massif area.

High crestlines of the High Knob Massif begin to fade from view between 2:00 to 3:00 PM as the atmosphere saturates from the top down ( snow is developing ).

Snow levels drop dramatically, obscuring the entire massif, and spread downward across the Wise Plateau just after 3:00 PM.  Intensity of snowfall waxes & wanes with bands during the afternoon before increasing for a wicked night of heavy snow & blowing-drifting.

February 13, 2014
Majestic Powell Valley Overlook
Calcareous Core of High Knob Landform
Looking Down Powell Valley Near Sunset
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

Although a classic TIM Circulation never fully developed, orographic impacts of upsloping across the massif on easterly winds and downsloping into Powell Valley generated a large snowfall gradient during the February 12-13 winter storm.

February 13, 2014
Majestic Powell Valley Overlook
Calcareous Core of High Knob Landform
Looking Down Powell Valley Near Sunset
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

Cal Adams, resident of the Little Mountain community on the southeastern side of the massif in northern Scott County, Va., reported 16" to 20" of snow depth at his home in upper portions of the Devil Fork Basin to contrast with general 4" to 8" depths on the other side of the massif amid the Powell Valley of Wise County.

February 13, 2014
Snow Falling Upon Floor of Powell Valley
Inside Mountain Walls of The High Knob Massif
Photograph by Roddy Addington - © All Rights Reserved.

Snow depths in Powell Valley of Wise County were the least reported in this area and a product of moisture extraction and downsloping ( sinking air ) off the main high country mass into this majestic karst valley ( inside the calcareous core of the High Knob Massif ), especially during the period of easterly air flow trajectories.

Snow depths began increasing above the floor 
of Powell Valley into South Fork Gorge where superintendent Gary Hampton, of the Big Stone Gap Water Plant, captured this beautiful scene.

February 13, 2014
Big Stone Gap Water Plant
South Fork of Powell River Basin
South Fork Gorge of High Knob Massif
Photograph by Gary Hampton - © All Rights Reserved.

Rugged South Fork Gorge drains the wet and majestic 
Big Cherry Lake Basin to form a sprawling expanse of high country southwest of the High Knob peak, which rises at the basin head ( the wettest terrain in Virginia ).

February 13, 2014
Upper Tennessee River Basin
Rugged Creek Bed of South Fork of Powell River
Photograph by Gary Hampton - © All Rights Reserved.

South Fork Gorge of Powell River - AW Class V+

A Class V+ rated American Whitewater Steep Creek, the South Fork drops 1433 vertical feet in 4 miles below Big Cherry Dam
( the Dam is 1103 vertical feet lower than High Knob Meadow ).

February 13, 2014
Black Mountain in Wise County
Deep Snow Along State Route 160
Photograph by John Varner - © All Rights Reserved.

John Varner, of the East Stone Gap VDOT, reported a general 12" to 18" of snow on the Virginia side of State Route 160 in Wise County, Va., on February 13, as air was lifted into Black Mountain.

February 13, 2014
Black Mountain in Wise County
Deep Snow Along State Route 160
Photograph by John Varner - © All Rights Reserved.

This was a rough storm for VDOT.  Both a grader and truck got stuck working State Route 619 in the High Knob Massif during February 13, with a night shift crew dispatched to help them get out of reported 18" to 24"+ snow depths.

February 14, 2014
Deep Snow Along Tennessee Valley Divide
Illuminated By The First Light of Morning
Photograph by Wayne Riner - © All Rights Reserved.

Wayne Riner Photograph Thoughts....
"The morning sun appears in a clear sky to illuminate the previous day's heavy snowfall.
The unseen West wind is blowing in warmer temperatures."

February 14, 2014
Tennessee Valley Divide
Morning Light Upon Deep Snow
Photograph by Wayne Riner - © All Rights Reserved.

A general 9" to 12"+ of snow depth accumulated across the rugged Russell Fork Basin, north of the High Knob Massif, to include a "sweet spot" of 15.5" of total fall centered on the Clintwood area.

February 14, 2014
Winter Upon The Mountain Farm
Snowpacked Driveway On Long Ridge
Photograph by Wayne Riner - © All Rights Reserved.

This snow was difficult to both drive and walk through, especially in places having a foot or more of total depth.

Changing wind directions from easterly to northerly sculptured the snow at these mid-upper elevations, as illustrated in the High Knob Massif.

February 14, 2014
Russell Fork Basin of Dickenson County
Wind Sculpturing Of Snow On Long Ridge
Photograph by Wayne Riner - © All Rights Reserved.

Wayne Riner Photograph Thoughts...
"Stones in the cemetery caused changing 
winds to sculpt the snow into patterns."

February 13, 2014
Majestic Cowan Mill of Powell River Basin
Photograph by Harold L. Jerrell - © All Rights Reserved.

Significant snow also blanketed the Powell River Basin where photographer Harold Jerrell captured another series of post-card winter scenes.

February 13, 2014
Wintry Scene In Silver Leaf ( SE of Rose Hill )
Photograph by Harold L. Jerrell - © All Rights Reserved.

Snow depths varied from 6" in extreme western Lee County, near the Cumberland Gap, to 12" or more in eastern Lee County toward the High Knob Massif and Black Mountain.

February 13, 2014
Gunsmith Shop At Wilderness Road State Park
Photograph by Harold L. Jerrell - © All Rights Reserved.

A visit to Wilderness Road State Park is a reflection upon what winter conditions could have been like for early pioneers in this Powell River country of the Upper Tennessee River Basin. 

February 13, 2014
Cabin In Wilderness Road State Park
Photograph by Harold L. Jerrell - © All Rights Reserved.

Observe the beautiful orographic cloud capping rugged Cumberland Mountain, the high country 
of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and northwestern flank of the High Knob Landform, 
in all these cabin photographs.

February 13, 2014
Cabin In Wilderness Road State Park
Photograph by Harold L. Jerrell - © All Rights Reserved.

The highest part of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park is marked by the towering cliffs of White Rocks of Cumberland Mountain, at 3513 feet above sea level.

Hiking Trails of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park

February 13, 2014
Cabin In Wilderness Road State Park
Photograph by Harold L. Jerrell - © All Rights Reserved.


Climatology & Weather Charts
February 11-16 Period of 2014

The February 12-13 winter storm was a Miller A Cyclone, and specifically, an inland tracking variant which tends to be a very heavy snow producer for the High Knob Massif area ( often associated with TIM Circulations and extreme snowfall rates ).

( Thermally Indirect Mesoscale Circulation )
TIM Circulation Examples In The High Knob Massif

( January 1998 Storm Also Noted )
Mega-Disaster Snowstorm of December 2009
( Also Miller A Cyclones / Inland Variants )

Typical Miller A Cyclone Track
Graphic Courtesy of Blacksburg NWSFO

An inland variant is a Miller A Cyclone
that tracks to the west of the mean shown.


Development And Track 
of February 12-13, 2014
Miller A Winter Storm
( ECMWF Model Initializations )

850 MB & Surface Charts

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February 11, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

February 11, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

February 12, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

February 12, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

February 13, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

February 13, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

February 14, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

The second winter storm, with a 1003 MB center over Missouri at 7:00 AM February 14, generated a SW Upslope Flow blizzard across upper elevations 
( above 3000 feet ) of the High Knob Massif during evening hours of February 14.

February 14, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

SW Upslope became NW Upslope into morning hours of February 15, with 4" to 8" of new snow depth being added to the High Knob Massif snowpack with both components.

February 15, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

February 15, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization

The third system was a fast moving clipper 
that added 1.5" to 2.5" of new depth during 
early hours of February 16.

February 16, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 850 MB & Surface Initialization


500 MB Charts

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February 11, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 11, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 12, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 12, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 13, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 13, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 14, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 14, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 15, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 15, 2014 at 7:00 PM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization

February 16, 2014 at 7:00 AM
ECMWF 500 MB & Surface Initialization


NOAA Landsat Images
Snowstorm Coverage

The extent of snow coverage with this storm was impressive as it reached completely across the Appalachians, with sharp gradients ( cut-off in snow accumulation ) noted just northwest of the Virginia-Kentucky border, and great Cumberland Overthrust Block, as well as near the Fall Line across the Tidewater of southeastern Virginia.

February 14, 2014
Google Earth View 1
Space Science & Engineering Center ( SSEC )
Data SIO, NOAA, US Navy, NGA, GEBCO
MODIS Today - University of Wisconsin-Madison

February 14, 2014
Google Earth View 2
Space Science & Engineering Center ( SSEC )
Data SIO, NOAA, US Navy, NGA, GEBCO

February 14, 2014
Google Earth View 3
Space Science & Engineering Center ( SSEC )
Data SIO, NOAA, US Navy, NGA, GEBCO

February 14, 2014
Google Earth View 4
Space Science & Engineering Center ( SSEC )
Data SIO, NOAA, US Navy, NGA, GEBCO

February 14, 2014
Google Earth View 5
Space Science & Engineering Center ( SSEC )
Data SIO, NOAA, US Navy, NGA, GEBCO

In comparison with the Mega-Disaster Storm 
of December 2009, which produced much more snowfall across the High Knob Massif but much less across southwestern portions of the High Knob Landform ( southwest of the massif ), the snow line was farther east over the Carolina's and portions of southeastern Virginia during 2014 than in 2009.

December 23, 2009
Google Earth View 1
Space Science & Engineering Center ( SSEC )
Data SIO, NOAA, US Navy, NGA, GEBCO


February 17, 2014 at 7:17 AM
February Sunrise Above The Highlands
Photograph by Wayne Riner - © All Rights Reserved.

Wayne Riner Photograph Thoughts...
"The colors came slowly to the morning sky  They gave a hint of warming weather for the week."

February 17, 2014 at 7:19 AM
February Sunrise Above The Highlands
Photograph by Wayne Riner - © All Rights Reserved.


Recent Mountain Wave
Periods Of Interest

February 13, 2014

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NASA Visible Image At 10:45 AM February 13

NASA Visible Image At 11:02 AM February 13

NASA Visible Image At 11:15 AM February 13

NASA Visible Image At 11:32 AM February 13

NASA Visible Image At 11:32 AM February 13

In this case standing orographic clouds of such 
fine detail emerged that they took on shapes of 
the massif itself, complete with a sinking cloud zone for Powell Valley of Wise County in between its northwest flank of Little Stone Mountain and southeast flank of Powell Mountain ( southwest 
of a larger raised mass over the main crest zone ). 

The overlay of county boundaries 
allows this to be better seen.

Counties Overlay For Reference
NASA Visible Image At 11:32 AM February 13

NASA Visible Image At 11:45 AM February 13

From the ground this process could not be seen outside of the continuation of falling snow with orographic lifting ( resulting in total obscuration 
of the High Knob Massif ).

February 13, 2014 at 10:32 AM
Looking Toward The High Knob Massif
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February 13, 2014 at 10:53 AM
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February 13, 2014 at 11:06 AM
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February 13, 2014 at 11:26 AM
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February 13, 2014 at 11:37 AM
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Classic NW Flow 
Mountain Lee Waves
February 15, 2014

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NASA Visible Image At 7:45 AM February 15

Observe how the most distinctive lee waves begin forming at the Cumberland Overthrust Block ( which is marked by Pine Mountain along the Virginia-Kentucky border ) and continue formation southeast across the Mountain Empire of southwest Virginia, northeast Tennessee, and western North Carolina.

NASA Visible Image At 8:02 AM February 15

Classic NW Flow mountain lee wave clouds 
( standing in place ) were present February 15, 
to include the flow through of visible air 
denoted by cloud streamers.

NASA Visible Image At 8:15 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 8:32 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 8:45 AM February 15

Counties Overlay For Reference
NASA Visible Image At 8:45 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 9:02 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 9:15 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 9:32 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 9:45 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 10:15 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 11:02 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 11:15 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 11:32 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 11:45 AM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 12:02 PM February 15

NASA Visible Image At 12:15 PM February 15

Once again this amazing process was not noticed from the surface where upslope snow showers reduced visibility and obscured 
the High Knob Massif.

February 15, 2014 at 11:36 AM
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February 15, 2014 at 11:37 AM
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February 15, 2014 at 12:00 PM
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Snow was deep on Eagle Knob with 
markers indicating 1-2+ feet of depth.

Elevation 4189 feet
February 15, 2014 at 12:20 PM
Deep Snow On Eagle Knob of High Knob Massif
Photograph by Steve Blankenbecler - © All Rights Reserved.


Mountain Waves O
February 17, 2014

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It is impossible to show all moments of time so merely frame extractions of certain time intervals, from the High Knob Massif Webcam, are shown below for illustration.

February 17, 2014 at 5:23 PM
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February 17, 2014 at 5:24 PM
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A 14-Minute Break In Time

February 17, 2014 at 5:45 PM
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