>> Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Here's today's video...give it a look:
Beautiful weather out there today with sunshine and highs running a bit above the seasonal averages.
Our next storm system will spread rain into the region by later tomorrow. For NC, the steadiest period of rain will be tomorrow evening and overnight.
A well-defined cold air damming setup will accompany this storm system. This will likely drop overnight temps tomorrow night into the 30s in many piedmont and foothill spots, however, most will stay just warm enough for rain.
The mountains will likely see some wintry weather out of this, and I can't rule out some wintry precip in the coldest locations in the northern foothills. See the video for more.
This storm system will really wind up into a big-time winter storm for the Northeast. In fact, if the European model is correct, this cranks out blizzard conditions for some of the big cities along the I-95 corridor.
Our weekend will be quiet, and then we will gear up for an unsettled period of weather next week. Exact details remain sketchy at this point.
Further down the road, I still see signs of a pattern that could produce at least a window of opportunity for some wintry weather chances....