Flash Flood Threat to Persist Next 24-48 Hours

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Our region has seen locally heavy rainfall throughout the entire week but here on Saturday night we are experiencing our first widespread rain from this frontal system and quite honestly for the first time this summer. Thunderstorms began to intensify along the blue ridge around 5 o’clock today, that along withContinue reading “Flash Flood Threat to Persist Next 24-48 Hours”

Scattered to Numerous Thunderstorms Expected This Weekend

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Friday morning to everyone, the stagnant weather pattern that we have experienced this week begins to change a little bit starting today. The one constant is that we continue to have abundant tropical moisture across the Southeast US and it’s in no hurry to move out thanks in part toContinue reading “Scattered to Numerous Thunderstorms Expected This Weekend”

Heavy Rain Threat to Persist for Tennessee Valley/Southern Appalachians the Rest of This Week

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Good Tuesday evening, the synoptic weather pattern across the Eastern US is truly stuck in a rut. Which honestly for late July isn’t that big of an anomaly. The jet stream is at its furthest point north that you will see during the year. Of course as a result…. hot, humid,Continue reading “Heavy Rain Threat to Persist for Tennessee Valley/Southern Appalachians the Rest of This Week”