Snow Lover’s Big Question: Where’s the Snow?

Lead Forecaster Daniel Crawley Here we are in mid-January and for the Foothills and Western Piedmont we still have not seen any legitimate winter weather threats. Of course, the mountains cashed in this weekend as a moisture enhanced northwest flow event brought accumulating snow to a lot of areas above 2500 ft elevation and theContinue reading “Snow Lover’s Big Question: Where’s the Snow?”

Rain and Thunderstorms Likely in Carolinas For Mid-Week

Good Monday afternoon to everyone, we begin 2023 with a storm system that will impact a large part of the southeast through the midweek timeframe. A very potent upper low in the four corners will start to move northeast today crossing the Rockies. This storm system will eventually produce severe weather across the southern tierContinue reading “Rain and Thunderstorms Likely in Carolinas For Mid-Week”

To Snow or Not To Snow: That is the Question

Good Saturday evening to everyone we continue to monitor an active weather weekend across the region. It all begins tonight with a chance of thunderstorms and potential severe weather. However winter is bound and determined to make a return as soon as tomorrow as another disturbance, low pressure and much colder air filters into theContinue reading “To Snow or Not To Snow: That is the Question”

Severe Weather Possible Across Western Carolinas Late this Evening and Overnight

Good Saturday morning and Happy New Years to everyone across the Western Carolinas. We are starting 2022 very much like how we departed 2021 as very warm and unseasonably humid weather is entrenched across the Southeast. Today a strong upper level storm system and developing area of low pressure at the surface will interact withContinue reading “Severe Weather Possible Across Western Carolinas Late this Evening and Overnight”

The Return of the -NAO: Significant High Latitude Blocking Pattern to begin 2021

Good Thursday evening to everyone, it’s New Year’s Eve and in the weather center we are paying close attention to an evolving synoptic pattern that will influence the weather across the United States in the first days and weeks of 2021. You may remember back in November when we released the Winter Outlook, the anticipationContinue reading “The Return of the -NAO: Significant High Latitude Blocking Pattern to begin 2021”