It's Wednesday evening and we are starting to get into the window where the short range models will start to provide data for us with this weekends storm. Here is one last look at the GFS model data and what the long range models are showing.
Good Wednesday morning everyone. As we continue to get closer to the weekend winter weather event that I have been posting about throughout the week. My concern for more of an icing event continues to grow.
The big topic this week has been the winter storm that appears to be making its way toward the Carolinas this weekend. I am going to spend the next few days giving you updates in the form of blog post in the morning and then an evening update. Confidence in the forecast is getting high.
Good Tuesday morning everyone! Please note the time of this update is 6am Tuesday December 4th. I mention this as there will be several updates as we go through the week with information for this weekends potential for winter weather here in the county.
Good Monday morning! The chance for a winter weather event is still very likely this weekend here in the county. Elements of the forecast continue to become more clear as we move closer to the event. The only real change to the forecast is the arrival of the moisture.
Good Sunday Morning everyone! I started posting yesterday about the chance for some wintry precipitation next weekend. This morning I am able to start to talk about some of the timing and potential impacts for this system.
As we close in on another Christmas Eve, Rowan County Weather is honored to announce that once again we will be tracking Santa on his journey around the world!
As you know I am not a fan of Long Range Forecast. However, sometimes those forecast start to paint a picture that you need to monitor closely. While we deal with rain and highs in the 70's next weekend we could be dealing with our first real bout of Winter Weather.
The Rowan County Weather Winter Weather Forecast 2018-2019 is here.
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