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Good Wednesday morning, we continue to monitor the latest on the next storm system to impact the region. Unfortunately the trends continue to show that a significant ice event will occur across Western and Northern North Carolina. Strong high pressure over the Great Lakes Region and pushing cold, arctic air into the Carolinas this morningContinue reading “Significant Winter Storm To Deliver Freezing Rain Thursday (Updated Map)”
Winter weather is becoming likely over the next 48 hours as colder air moves into the region tonight and another moisture-laden system approaches. Freezing rain and possibly sleet looks to be the predominant types of precipitation starting late Wednesday night and moving into Thursday. Below is our first call map on freezing rain potential throughContinue reading “Significant Winter Weather Possible Thursday (First Call Map)”
Computer guidance trends today is moving toward another winter weather event for North Carolina with icing the predominant threat. With this threat we have posted a High Impact Weather Outlook. With the potential of winter weather now on the radar, we are placing the Winter Storm Index at Level 1…be Weather Aware over the nextContinue reading “Winter Weather Concerns Increasing For Mid Week”