North Carolina Weather Reporter
By: Joshua97, 2:58 AM GMT on February 19, 2014
Possible major snowstorm for the South East Coastline again towards the beginning of the week Tuesday into Wednesday. The ECMFW model is showing a cold ridge of air dropping down from the North Tuesday mid day and a developing coastal low off the coast of South Carolina and North Carolina where it strengthens to be 992mb which is a typical coastal storm but this time in the event of snow instead of the icy and sleet consistencies over the region for the past two sno...
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 mos...
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. T...
By: Joshua97, 4:17 AM GMT on January 25, 2014
Looks to be a coastal snow storm heading towards the south eastern united states next Tuesday and Wednesday cold air will be in place but the gfs model has not yet showed any significant precip over the area like on these forecasting sites; The Weather Channel, Accuweather, and Wunderground where they are calling for 1-3 inches of snow for south Eastern North Carolina still early to tell but with cold air going to be in place a flew flakes will not be out of the que...
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