Quick Friday evening post...

>> Friday, January 26, 2007

Saturday will be a great day in the Carolinas with lows of sun and many folks topping out in the lower 60s. Enjoy!

A weak, moisture-starved system skirts off to our south Saturday night, and a few sprinkles or flurries are possible. But, this is not a big deal, and most places will likely not see any measurable precipitation.

Another arctic front moves through Sunday, and it will be pretty breezy Sunday afternoon as cold air advection takes place. By Monday morning, many of us will likely be close to 20 degrees.

One difference in the upcoming arctic airmass to move in from the last one is that the upcoming one will stick around or a while. Look for below average temps all week next week.

I still like the chances of some type of storm system rolling through our area Wednesday or Thursday, but the details are still anybody's guess. Solutions range from a significant winter storm for the South (as the Canadian showed Friday) to a mostly rain system for the Carolinas (per the European recently, although some wedging is in place at the start) to anything in between. So stay tuned....

Have a great weekend. I will be the evening met for the Charlotte side of things through the weekend....


Anonymous 11:06 AM  

Hey Matthew. Do you just go the sites available online to get the Canadian and European data, or do you have those available in-house? Thanks! Pray for some snow!

Matthew East 8:52 PM  

We do have ways of recieving that data in-house, but I am big with using the internet data. It is what I am most comfortable looking at since I have been looking at that format for years.

Indeed....I definitely want to see some snow.

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