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The summer of 2021 overall hasn’t been a terribly hot one. There have been some warm and very humid days but nothing downright blazing hot. Hickory Regional Airport has recorded a total of 15 days in which the temperature has been at or above the 90 degree mark going back to June 1st. The highestContinue reading “Hottest Temperatures of the Summer is On The Way”
Good morning. Elsa was upgraded to a hurricane early Tuesday Night but then was quickly downgraded to a tropical storm. The system is coming ashore now (10:45am Wednesday) just North of Steinhatchee Florida. Over the next 24 hours Elsa will be picked up by an approaching trough that is diving into the East Coast whichContinue reading “Tropical Storm Elsa’s Outer Rain Bands To Bring Showers and Storms To The Area Tonight and Thursday”
Good Saturday Morning. Tropical Storm Claudette was designated at 0500 hrs this morning and is coming ashore just southwest of New Orleans. This disorganized Tropical Storm holds most of it’s heavy rainfall on the east side of the parent low pressure circulation. Locally, the area is under mostly clear skies. A thin layer of brokenContinue reading “Tropical Storm Claudette Set To Bring Rain To Portions Of Western North Carolina”