North Carolina Weather Reporter
By: Joshua97 , 5:21 AM GMT on January 26, 2014
It is still unclear on snow for the Southeastern portion of North Carolina Tuesday/Wednesday. What we know so far is the next upcoming arctic air mass will allow temperatures to dip below the freezing mark or just above the freezing mark for Tuesday/Wednesday during the day time hours and definitely dipping below freezing for the evening hours. A low pressure system will start to organize off the South Carolina coastline and move up the coast Tuesday or Wednesday. The question is will this low track close enough to the North Carolina coast and be strong enough to drop significant snow accumulations or will it track off the coast being a weak low pressure system and allow southeastern North Carolina to see a few snow flurries or nothing at all. My lead on this system is for it to become well organized over the ocean tapping into gulf stream moisture and feeding off of the arctic air mass to strengthen to a significant snow storm with 6-8 inch snow fall possibility's. With a lack and disagreement of computer models for now it is still not clear for the happening of a freak snowstorm or nothing at all. If you have any questions please comment.
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