A cold front responsible for a multi-day outbreak of severe weather in the Midwest this week will drop south into the Mid-Atlantic states later Thursday.
We are entering a month of of the year where derechos are actually quite common as the upper-air patterns favor bow segments of damaging thunderstorms.
As the calendar turns to June, there is plenty to talk about as far as the weather. The first item of interest that has our
The super wet weather pattern we’ve been in for the past two weeks is finally breaking, and much cooler, drier air is pushing southward for
What can we expect for the final weekend of May 2020? Well, more of the same of what we have been having lately, more rain,
No Atlantic hurricane season has ever had more than 2 named storms before the official June 1st start. There’s a chance we’ll have our third
As we continue to sit through swamp-like humidity into the end of this week and into the weekend, we can look forward to when there
The remains of Tropical Storm Bertha are long gone, merging with an approaching front over the Eastern Great Lakes this afternoon, but now we are
Even after the remnant circulation of quick-forming Tropical Storm Bertha moves steadily north through the western Piedmont of North Carolina Wednesday night, the moisture train
At 8:30 a.m., the National Hurricane Center named the disturbance we’ve been tracking off the Southeast Coast Tropical Storm Bertha, marking a rare instance where