>> Friday, September 29, 2006
There were indeed some pretty intense storms yesterday evening around the Carolinas. The most concentrated wind damage reports came in from the Triad region over through the north part of the Triangle. Here is the storm report map from the SPC...the blue dots represent a wind damage report.
Here is an image sent in to us from Mike in Hillsborough...nice shelf cloud rolling in.
How about that weather out there today! CLT airport dipped all of the way down to 47 this morning, and I think many of us struggle to get out of the upper 60s today. As I am typing this, the summit of Grandfather Mountain is sitting at 30 degrees! Tonight will be another chilly one with lows well down into the 40s. The NC mountains will see a frost, and a few spots will even see a freeze. Grab a jacket as you head out to watch high school football this evening as temps will dip into the 50s by the end of the games. Football weather! Great weather continues through the weekend.