North Carolina Weather Reporter
By: Joshua97 , 10:23 AM GMT on January 26, 2014
It is now 5:07 eastern standard time where I have studied the GFS and ECMFW which are computer models for hours and have finally come to the conclusion that a major snow storm will be heading for the South Carolina North Carolina coastline Tuesday evening and Wednesday evening into the morning of Wednesday. The regions coastlines will be racking up the snow this time and inland areas will see little to no snow accumulations. The immediate coast from the southern most coastline of south Carolina to the northern most tip of the outer banks will see the heaviest snow where it is expected near the coast. Cities effected will be Hilton head where 1-3 inches of snow is expected, Charleston where 1-3 inches of snow is expected, Myrtle beach where 1-3 inches of snow is expected. In North Carolina South port 2-4 inches of snow expected, Wilmington 5-8 inches of snow expected, Wrightsville 3-5 inches of snow expected, North through the outer banks can expect 1-3 inches of snow. The snow will be heaviest in areas along the immediate coast and will rapidly decrease your chances father away from the coast. For people and snow lovers in these location be ready because the snow will fall and maybe even more than we have predicted.
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