The end of February almost felt like summer, but the last few days have actually been seasonable. What we are looking at this week is yet another coastal storm, which could have impacts across the South once again, but mainly in the form of heavy rain and high winds. The winds are not expected to be as severe as the last storm. However, much colder air will usher in behind this storm system as it departs.
Euro for Thursday 8pm:
These temperatures will put outdoor plants and peach crops across the South in danger of freezing. The cold spills all the way down into coastal Georgia.
And, in the longer-term, we are not done with the cold into the 13th. More shots of cold air make their way to the East Coast and into the South. Euro for 7pm March 13th:
Those temperatures could be once again crop-killers. Also it will keep us from being able to shed our coats.