>> Saturday, January 02, 2010

Happy New Year to you and yours!

Bundle up....a frigid arctic airmass continues to plunge into the eastern US, and this will put our region in the deep freeze for an extended period of time. Some Piedmont spots will not make it above freezing today, especially around the Triad.

Look for widespread teens for lows each night through the middle of next week.

Precipitation chances remain limited for the next several days. I continue to watch a wave that will drop our way late this work week. The airmass still looks quite dry as the system swings through, but any precip that would get wrung out with that system would be snow. But right now, precip amounts on the modeling are quite insiginifcant, if they are even showing precip at all.

Plenty of time to watch that.

In the meantime, throw another log on the fire. Please remember to check on anyone you know that might not have adequate heating, and leave your pets inside.

Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend. I will be back on the air Tuesday morning.


RaleighSnow 11:39 AM  

THis week's potential clipper is starting to look interesting...thanks for the good write-up!

Tarheelhombre 8:20 PM  

Matthew, I can't wait for your video on Sunday. Everyone is buzzing about what the models are saying for Thursday and Friday next week after flurries and light snow on Monday night and Tuesday. Also, some models show barbaric cold after the snow next weekend. Charlotte could be in the single digits next weekend!!!

Anonymous 5:18 AM  

Single digits!!!??? That's some SERIOUS cold! I've lived in Charlotte for 6 years and don't remember being that cold!

Anonymous 9:31 AM  

Please matthew put out a video!!! Three days without any input is killing us!! LOL! I hope your family had a great start to the new year and look forward to your return!

Anonymous 9:33 AM  

Wait, Tarheelhombre, did you say snow Mon. night and Tuesday!??!

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