Warmer weather headed in.....temporarily....

>> Monday, January 28, 2013

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Our Monday began with some rain in some areas and temps near the freezing mark. In many cases, the temperatures remained just above freezing, however, a few places did see temps dip to or just below freezing, meaning some icy spots on roads were possible.

We will continue to see lots of clouds today, but it will be milder with highs topping 50 in many places.

Highs tomorrow will surge well into the 60s....even breaking 70 in some spots.

Our next big trough will swing into the nation's midsection tomorrow and then arrive at the East Coast Wednesday. This system could produce some significant severe weather over parts of the Plains and Mississippi Valley later tomorrow and then maybe toward our region Wednesday.

At this point, I am not overly impressed with the severe weather potential for much of the Carolinas. Instability will be lacking. However, it is definitely worth keeping an eye on. We will likely see a good round of rain sweep through later Wednesday.

Following that system, chillier weather returns for Thursday and continues through the weekend. A couple of clipper systems will move through...one around Friday and another later in the weekend. At the moment, they look dry once east of the mountains, like most clippers. However, we will see if in future model runs either of them try to dig enough to generate any precip east of the mountains.


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