Changes are coming....

>> Tuesday, March 22, 2011

After 70s yesterday, the Piedmont will see low to mid 80s today and tomorrow. Enjoy!

A cold front will near the region by late tomorrow, and the chance of at least some scattered showers and storms will spread in from west to east by late afternoon then through the evening. Some of the storms could be strong to severe, and we will watch the storms closely. The probabilities from the SPC are actually fairly high in the Day 2 outlook, and if those probabilities hold, somebody, especially around the Ohio Valley, could be in a moderate risk in the Day 1 outlook for tomorrow.

Pattern change...

We are on the cusp of a pattern change....changing to a cool, wetter pattern. Highs in many places Thursday and Friday will be in the 60s, and then we get to the weekend. It is still a fairly chaotic situation to try and figure out the details, but we will likely see one system move through Saturday and Saturday night, and another one from late Monday into Tuesday. But the timing is still very much in question.

Both systems looks like pretty good rain producers, and both could have some degree of cold air damming in the favored CAD areas. In fact, if the European is right, some places would be doing good to see mid to upper 40s Tuesday.


Anonymous 3:53 PM  

So, you think there's any chance we see snow next week?

Matthew East 7:16 PM  

Outside of the mountains, not likely. However, Tuesday could be a very chilly day indeed.

Anonymous 7:46 PM  

I heard a rumor that a coastal low will develop off SC/GA coast around April Fool's Day and may bring snow to as far south as Savannah, GA. Now, that's a good/classic April's Fool's joke.

Matthew East 5:19 AM  

That would be!

Unknown 7:53 AM  

snow reported on April Fool's Day ??? It has been known to happen

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