Flash Flood Threat Increases Tuesday Across Western North Carolina. Flash Flood Watches Hoisted.

Good late evening to everyone across Western North Carolina. Confidence has increased through the day today that a potentially high impact flash flood event could evolve Tuesday Afternoon across Western North Carolina. A surge or tropical moisture arrives through the night tonight and maximizes Tuesday Afternoon. A cold front will then move through Wednesday bringingContinue reading “Flash Flood Threat Increases Tuesday Across Western North Carolina. Flash Flood Watches Hoisted.”

Heavy Rain And Flash Flooding Possible This Week.

Good Morning! It is Monday September 20th, 2021. It is the 263rd day of 2021. There are 102 days remaining in the year. Sunrise today was at 7:14am and the sun will set at 7:02pm. Today has the same amount of daylight as March 21st. We are quickly losing daylight and the sun will setContinue reading “Heavy Rain And Flash Flooding Possible This Week.”

Tropical Storm Elsa’s Outer Rain Bands To Bring Showers and Storms To The Area Tonight and Thursday

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”

Tropical Storm Claudette Set To Bring Rain To Portions Of Western North Carolina

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”

Severe Weather Threatens Our Area Again Today

Good Sunday Morning. We are still expecting some severe weather impacts today. Take note that the timeline has changed from yesterday’s. The timeline has moved up a few hours and we now expect impacts occuring first in the western foothills between 10am and Noon and then moving east from there. The ingredients for severe weatherContinue reading “Severe Weather Threatens Our Area Again Today”

Severe Weather Risk Increasing Thursday Across The Carolinas.

A very moist and energetic airmass will move into the Carolina’s Thursday, bringing with it the chance of scattered damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. A major severe weather outbreak is looking more and more likely in Mississippi, Alabama, and parts of Tennessee Wednesday Night including strong tornadoes. Locally here across Western North Carolina the systemContinue reading “Severe Weather Risk Increasing Thursday Across The Carolinas.”

A Complex Weather Setup Today. Some Get Spring-like Temps and Some Stay Cool.

Good Tuesday Morning. As of 6:30am: Water vapor imagery and radar continue to show showers and thunderstorms pushing off to the east. The residual cold air wedge currently in place will lift north toward the NC/SC boarder with a warm front this morning. Currently the front is draped just south of the I-85 corridor. AContinue reading “A Complex Weather Setup Today. Some Get Spring-like Temps and Some Stay Cool.”

The Week Of The Great Weather Roller Coaster Ride.

You all know the saying. If you don’t like what the weather is currently doing in North Carolina, give it a day and it will change. This week will resemble that. Skies will begin to cloud up slowly through the day as our next weather system approaches the area. Temperatures may tickle 50° today. SkiesContinue reading “The Week Of The Great Weather Roller Coaster Ride.”

Dry Air and Marginal Temps Limit Snowfall Accumulations In Foothills and Northwest Piedmont.

Thursday Night and Friday were forecast to bring anywhere from a trace of snow accumulation along the South Carolina State Boarder to as much as 8 inches across the eastern facing mountain slopes. That forecast verified in some areas but in many other communities, the storm left behind nothing but wet roads and mud. SeveralContinue reading “Dry Air and Marginal Temps Limit Snowfall Accumulations In Foothills and Northwest Piedmont.”

Snow, Sleet, and Don’t Be Surprised To See Brief Rain At Onset Tonight. Winter Storm Watches and Warnings Issued.

Sponsored by Four Seasons Property Maintenance here is your Thursday Morning Update. Good morning everyone. We are approximately 12-15 hours away from the start of this upcoming winter storm. Any needed preparations should be completed by 7pm tonight. A vigorous upper level low pressure is centered over Newellton Louisiana and crossing the Mississippi River fromContinue reading “Snow, Sleet, and Don’t Be Surprised To See Brief Rain At Onset Tonight. Winter Storm Watches and Warnings Issued.”