Here is today's edition of the Carolina Weather Video. Lots of wind today, quiet this weekend, and the next system later Monday.
>> Thursday, February 24, 2011
A tornado watch will be issued shortly. In those areas mentioned especially, a few violent tornadoes are possible.
Later this evening and tonight, the activity will congeal into a squall line and move eastward through the Deep South. Places such as Nashville, Huntsville, Birmingham, Atlanta, Montgomery, and Meridian could see some damaging winds along that line of storms as well as some brief tornadoes embedded within the line.
Here is a frame from the RPM model valid at 2:30am CST.
Here is today's edition of the Carolina Weather Video. I focus on the next two systems that will impact a lot of real estate in coming days. A significant severe weather outbreak is likely in the Lower Mississippi Valley and Tennessee Valley today and tonight. Give it a look....
>> Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Here is today's edition of the Carolina Weather Video. A couple of dynamic, Spring-like systems on the way over the next 6 days. Give it a look....
A quiet and cool Wednesday is unfolding around the region with highs in the low to mid 50s and a partly cloudy sky.
>> Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Some pretty interesting weather around the region over the next week or so. Chillier air settling in now, and a couple of potent storm systems on tap. Also, I take a look at some general ideas on March.
It was fun to watch the temps this morning as a cold front dropped slowly southward. A 20 degree temp gradient was common along the front, and most sited lost that 15-20 degrees within an hour or so of the frontal passage.
>> Monday, February 21, 2011
Here is today's edition of the Carolina Weather Video. More record warmth today, but some changes on the way...
Another day today where record highs will be challenged across the region. The record highs in Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, and GSP all could be tied or broken.
>> Sunday, February 20, 2011
Had a busy day yesterday......sure was a nice day though. I was just looking back at some of the observations from yesterday. At 4pm, the Charlotte airport had a temperature of 69 with a dewpoint of 0....that made the relative humidity 6% . I don't think I have experienced humidities that low around here before.