Severe Weather Possible Today Across The Western Carolinas

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Wednesday morning, today will be an active weather day with potentially stormy conditions by this afternoon. Local radar indicates a soggy start for all of the Foothills and Western Piedmont. Temperatures range from the mid to upper 50’s at 8 am from north to south. Some convective elements down acrossContinue reading “Severe Weather Possible Today Across The Western Carolinas”

A Look Ahead: Severe Weather Expected This Week in the Southeast.

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Sunday afternoon to everyone, hope you’re having a great weekend wherever you may be. We are keeping an eye on the weather for this upcoming week as a lot of different things will be happening. Looking at the water vapor image this afternoon you can see a whole lot ofContinue reading “A Look Ahead: Severe Weather Expected This Week in the Southeast.”

One More Day of Below Average Temperatures, Next Storm System to Arrive Next Week

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Sunday morning to everyone, first off we are now in Daylight Saving Time across North America. You probably noticed the later sunrise this morning good news is sunset this evening will be after 7:30 PM for all locations in our coverage area. The other thing you probably noticed it isContinue reading “One More Day of Below Average Temperatures, Next Storm System to Arrive Next Week”

Winter’s Revenge: Cold Blast en route This Weekend, Hard Freeze Expected

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Wednesday afternoon to everyone, we are in between storm systems at this time. Last nights rain fall has move through and for the next couple days we will be mostly cloudy as the next storm system to our west gets ready to move in just in time for the weekend.Continue reading “Winter’s Revenge: Cold Blast en route This Weekend, Hard Freeze Expected”

Active Weather Week Ahead, Major Cool Down Expected by the Weekend

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Monday morning to everyone, we have been in the midst of a spring breakout over the past week or so. Flowers are blooming quickly across the region and you’ve probably also noticed the pollen is really ratcheting up at this time. We have seen some quite warm temperatures in theContinue reading “Active Weather Week Ahead, Major Cool Down Expected by the Weekend”

A slow but gradual warm-up expected next week ahead of the next storm system.

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Sunday evening to everyone, hope you’ve had a great weekend. Cold High pressure is settling in and will bring us some chilly weather especially tonight and on Monday. After Monday we will begin to see a few changes especially aloft that would normally suggest a pretty quick warming trend forContinue reading “A slow but gradual warm-up expected next week ahead of the next storm system.”

Wild temperature swings over the next 24 hours, light precipitation possible Sunday morning

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley The past few days have been a real tease in terms of spring like weather across western North Carolina. Things will change in a big way starting late tonight and for Super Bowl Sunday it looks to be quite chilly across region with temperatures going back below normal. A frontal boundaryContinue reading “Wild temperature swings over the next 24 hours, light precipitation possible Sunday morning”

Frontal Boundary to Produce Significant Rainfall over the next 48 hours

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Wednesday evening to everyone, our next weather feature will start to impact the region tonight and it will last for close to 48 hours. A frontal boundary that on its northwest edge is producing quite a winter storm will push milder air into the Carolinas starting late tonight and goingContinue reading “Frontal Boundary to Produce Significant Rainfall over the next 48 hours”

Some Temperature Moderation Expected as February Begins, How Long Will It Last?

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Saturday evening, hope your weekend is off to a great start. It is quite cold across Western North Carolina as another deep Eastern North American trough has plowed through the region. This trough brought another round of snow to the North Carolina Mountains and even some snowfall to Central andContinue reading “Some Temperature Moderation Expected as February Begins, How Long Will It Last?”

Winter Weather is Possible on Friday Across the Carolinas, Light Snowfall Expected Across Foothills, Western Piedmont

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Wednesday afternoon to everyone, we continue to monitor for the potential of some winter weather on Friday across Western North Carolina. The threat of winter weather had been on our radar over the past couple days. Some important changes has occurred in the last 24 hours that suggests the impactContinue reading “Winter Weather is Possible on Friday Across the Carolinas, Light Snowfall Expected Across Foothills, Western Piedmont”