>> Thursday, January 14, 2016

Please see today's video above for an in-depth discussion of our upcoming weather.

Today is the pick weather day of the week with sunshine all day long and highs climbing well up into the 50s. Great stuff overall. Lows tonight drop into the 30s.

Our next low pressure will lift from the northern Gulf of Mexico to near the Carolina coast tomorrow into tomorrow night. The result locally will be a healthy shield of rain spreading in from the southwest by tomorrow afternoon and then exiting tomorrow night. I am sticking with the idea of a lot of our rain totals winding up in the 0.5" to 1" range. 

Saturday's weather then looks pretty nice with highs in the 50s again. 

Our next potential system will then try to emerge from the Gulf to off the Carolina coast Saturday night into Sunday. I am sticking with the forecast idea I have had of some light snow being possible in parts of North Carolina (and maybe far NW SC) mainly Sunday morning. This does not look like a major storm system, and 'light' is the key word. 

A big-time blast of arctic air will plunge in here following the system with highs struggling to make it above freezing in the piedmont Monday and Tuesday and some lows getting down into the teens.


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