Late Season Tropical Development Expected Next 48 Hours, Could Impact The Southeast/Carolinas Next Week

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley It’s November 5th on the calendar and a lot of people this time of the year focus on cold weather and the upcoming winter but we are still officially in hurricane season. The Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season does not officially end until the last day of this month. And sure enoughContinue reading “Late Season Tropical Development Expected Next 48 Hours, Could Impact The Southeast/Carolinas Next Week”

Unsettled Weekend Across The Western Carolinas

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Thursday afternoon to everyone, We are experiencing a nice day across the Western Carolinas. A lot of sunshine after starting the day with some patchy fog. Enjoy today’s weather as we quickly shift our attention to the next weather system… Easterly flow off the Atlantic will begin to move intoContinue reading “Unsettled Weekend Across The Western Carolinas”

Showers On The Way Through Halloween, Some Trick-Or-Treat Plans Could Be Impacted

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good early Sunday morning to everyone, We are anticipating an unsettled next 36-48 hours across the Western Carolinas as a dynamic storm system continues to lift northeast pushing a ribbon of moisture through the Southeast US. As you can see on the water vapor an upper low located near the OzarksContinue reading “Showers On The Way Through Halloween, Some Trick-Or-Treat Plans Could Be Impacted”

We Need Rain! Will It Arrive Soon?

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Tuesday morning to everyone, We have been blessed with some really nice weather this autumn season but the trade off is that we are becoming quite dry across the Western Carolinas. A frontal boundary to our west is producing quite a bit of rainfall and severe weather for the MississippiContinue reading “We Need Rain! Will It Arrive Soon?”

End of the Growing Season Expected For Some This Week

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Sunday evening to everyone, some big weather changes are on the way and they will begin over the next 24 hours. Looking at the Water Vapor image, we have a fast, zonal flow across the Southeast US but that is quickly changing. We have talked all week about a blockingContinue reading “End of the Growing Season Expected For Some This Week”

Cold Front Arrives Sunday, Rain Chances Accompany The Front. Much Colder Next Week, Frost/Freeze Expected

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Friday afternoon to everyone, classic fall-like weather continues to dominate over the United States for the middle of October. The tropics are quiet right now and there are no expectations of tropical troubles for the US in the foreseeable future. Our attention this time of the year starts to shiftContinue reading “Cold Front Arrives Sunday, Rain Chances Accompany The Front. Much Colder Next Week, Frost/Freeze Expected”

Amplified Weather Pattern Expected Going Into Middle of October

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Monday morning to everyone, fall weather has definitely locked in here on the 10th day of October and it appears that Mother Nature will kick it up a couple levels during the next week or more. The Western Pacific Hurricane Season has been active in recent weeks, a few typhoonsContinue reading “Amplified Weather Pattern Expected Going Into Middle of October”

Now Back To Your Regularly Scheduled Fall Weather

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Saturday evening, hope you weekend is off to a great start. Weather-wise the Western Carolinas is dealing with leftover clouds associated with the passage of former Hurricane Ian. As you can see on the water vapor image (click to play loop) there is not very much going on across theContinue reading “Now Back To Your Regularly Scheduled Fall Weather”

Ian Rainfall Summary; Much Needed Precipitation For The Region

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Saturday afternoon, the impacts from former Hurricane Ian turned out to be mild for the Western Piedmont and Foothills of Western North Carolina. We can likely thank two key factors to preventing major problems. First the storm track of Ian gradually shifted east within 36-48 hours of impact. Instead ofContinue reading “Ian Rainfall Summary; Much Needed Precipitation For The Region”

Final Destination: Ian to Landfall in South Carolina Today. Rain/Wind to Spread into Western Carolinas

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Friday morning, we continue to monitor the latest on Hurricane Ian as it approaches the South Carolina coastline later today. After spending several days monitoring this deadly storm, its impacts to the Western Carolinas will finally arrive today. We’re getting a first look at the visible satellite and needless toContinue reading “Final Destination: Ian to Landfall in South Carolina Today. Rain/Wind to Spread into Western Carolinas”