Hurricane Jose and Hurricane Maria both have their eyes set on leaving some impacts on the Mid Atlantic Coast over the next week.
Featured image shows what’s left of once hurricane Harvey now moving through Mississippi into the Tennessee valley bringing with it tropical downpours and as those red boxes in the featured above show, a risk for severe weather and tornadoes. Images above are forecast simulated radar from 2 AM Friday through 8 PM Friday. The rainfall outlook… Continue reading Tropical rains for the South East
September, transition month! We move from summer into fall by mid month, but did you know that meteorologists consider the season months of September, October and November as fall? They do this by taking into account the rapidly changing weather pattern along with the downward trend in temperatures for the three month time frame (just like… Continue reading September Outlook
A time-lapse of North Carolina storms filmed from late May, to late June, 2017. From amazing shelf clouds to continuous lightning, these storms produced quite a view to kick off the summer. Bodie Island lighthouse can be seen at the end of the video as a lightning storm towers in the distance. Filmed by Dan… Continue reading North Carolina Storms, May – June 2017
I’ll show whats called precipitable water which ( is the depth of water in a column of the atmosphere, if all the water in that column were precipitated as rain. As a depth, the precipitable water is measured in millimeters or inches) so on those hot muggy sticky days remember that word, it’s not just the dew… Continue reading Quick shot of heat Friday through the weekend for parts of the south east coast states then much cooler dry weather to settle in for next week.