Sharp cold front headed in...

>> Thursday, December 20, 2012

A dynamic storm system is cranking in the Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys this morning, and we will have a good round of rain and embedded storms in our region this afternoon into this evening.

This system is producing heavy snows in parts of the Great Lakes and Midwest and severe weather in the Lower Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys this morning.

The best threat of severe weather in the Carolinas will be closer to the coast, but we will need to keep an eye out for some low-topped stronger storms anywhere across the region this afternoon and evening.

It'll be sharply colder tomorrow with foothill and piedmont highs only in the 40s and a stiff west wind gusting over 30mph at times.

Up in the mountains, some upslope snow will kick in tonight and extend into tomorrow. The favored areas will pick up multiple inches of snow in some instances, and winds could gust to 50mph+ in the mountains tomorrow.

Quiet and cool weather will unfold through the weekend.

Next week...

Still tons of question about our system next week. Please see the video for details...


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