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.”

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”

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”

Severe Weather Possible in Western Carolinas the Next 24 Hours

Good Wednesday morning to everyone, abnormally warm weather continues across the Western Carolinas and the Southeast US. Now a storm system is moving into the region and could interact with the warm moist air mass to produce a severe weather episode. The Storm Prediction Center day one outlook features an enhanced risk of severe weatherContinue reading “Severe Weather Possible in Western Carolinas the Next 24 Hours”