Cool and quiet today & tomorrow... big rain event Saturday night-Sunday...

>> Friday, December 27, 2013

As the title indicates, quiet weather will stick around between now and early Saturday evening for the Carolinas. Then, an area of low pressure, currently forming in the Gulf of Mexico, will lift northeast and move right overhead Sunday morning.

The result will be a big, soaking rain event beginning Saturday night and extending through Sunday morning. Depending on the exact track of the low, some thunderstorms, and maybe a bit of severe weather, could be involved near the coast Sunday.

However, for areas near and northwest of I-85, highs Sunday will only be in the 40s with no threat of severe weather.

I take a look at the longer range as well in today's video:


Cool weather continues... soaker Saturday night/ Sunday...

>> Thursday, December 26, 2013

I hope everybody had a wonderful Christmas.

A nuisance little bout of freezing rain is ongoing in a few areas this morning. After that departs by mid-morning, we are cool and quite until our next system arrives Saturday night.

See the video for all of the details:


Much colder just in time for Christmas...

>> Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Much, much colder air has arrived around the region, and it will be here to stay, by and large, for quite some time.

Lows tonight will head into the lower 20s in many Piedmont spots, and I fully expect the normally colder locations to dip into the upper teens.

Christmas Day will be quite chilly in spite of full sunshine with highs in the upper 30s and lower 40s in many Piedmont spots.

There continue to be signs of a fairly cold and possibly unsettled pattern in the eastern US in the longer range. See the video for more.

Have a wonderful Christmas!


Rain today... much colder by tomorrow...

>> Monday, December 23, 2013

A slow-moving cold front continues to east through the Carolinas. Rain will stick around for much of today, but a much colder airmass is knocking on our door.

See today's video for all of the details on our Christmas forecast as well as some thoughts on the longer rain pattern.


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