Chilly conditions likely to persist past first week of May

There will be a slight warm up, possibly into the 80s for the beginning of May, but that warmth will only be temporary. What this means is that there could be another round of severe weather, especially if a drastic change occurs from hot to cold. This spring has been active, and there are signs that it may continue to be.

The CPC’s 8-14 Day Outlook is now looking chillier than even earlier today, as they are going with a higher probability of below normal temperatures for early May. Virginia and North Carolina will feel it more than South Carolina will, and from Wilmington down to Savannah will see little impact from any cold, due to close proximity to the ocean.

The below outlook is valid from May 5th to May 10th and was issued Today, Sunday Apr 26th.

 

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Author: Michael Griffith

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