Friday Evening...

>> Friday, March 07, 2008

Scattered showers will continue tonight into Saturday morning. At this point, it looks like the severe weather threat late tonight into tomorrow morning will probably stay to the east of the Charlotte and Triad regions.

I still think a few folks might see a stray flurry or even a passing snow shower tomorrow, especially up toward the Virginia border. But the bigger deal will be the winds. Winds will gust in excess of 35 or 40mph at times tomorrow afternoon.

Interesting to watch the snow tonight in parts of the mid-south and the Tennessee Valley. Over 18" of snow have fallen over portions of Arkansas. Winter Storm Warnings are up for places such as Memphis, Huntsville, and Oxford, Mississippi. Snow Advisories are up for locations deep down into southern Alabama and Mississippi. And, as this system lifts up into the Ohio Valley, some spots will pick up over a foot of snow in that region.

And, I mentioned this in my morning post, but I want to mention it again here. I have the privilege of being an emcee for the National Kidney Foundation's Kidney Walk and Charlotte Step up Challenge tomorrow morning. The event will take place at Independence Park in Charlotte tomorrow morning, and registration begins at 9:30am. This is the first year for this event, and we would love to see you out there!


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