Tropical Storm Cristobal has been declared, but what does that mean for us here in the Carolinas? Well, the exact location of landfall for Cristobal
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
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,
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 wintry feel a couple of weeks ago was highly unusual for May, and especially when parts of the interior Northeast saw snow. We thought
We are currently stuck in a wet pattern, and that pattern does not looks to break anytime soon. There will be some more warm days
Many of us may have forgot that Monday is Memorial Day, and kicks off the “summer” even though summer does not begin until June 21st.
Tropical Storm Arthur made an appearance but now is a remnant of his former self and is headed well out to sea. An upper-level disturbance
In addition to Tropical Storm Arthur, we will face some potentially serious flooding in western NC, and very heavy rains across the rest of the