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5 Mar 2014
From our in house meteorologist:
There is a chance of wintry precipitation across western and central North Carolina on Thursday or Friday. However, confidence is very low as the models are currently show a great deal of variability with regard to timing and potential amounts.

An area of low pressure is expected to develop over the northern Gulf of Mexico Wednesday night into Thursday. It is forecast to track northeastward across northern Florida through Thursday night and then pass near the Carolina coast on Friday. One of the models indicates that light precipitation reaches the Carolinas Service Area by daybreak on Thursday while another shows precipitation not reaching the area until Thursday evening. If the model with the faster timing is correct, light wintry precipitation is possible across the western and central Carolinas on Thursday morning with a transition to rain in the afternoon as surface temperatures warm above freezing. Then, Thursday night, the rain may transition back to sleet or freezing rain as colder air arrives from the north. The model with the slower timing is stronger but farther south and has minimal impact on our Service area, bringing a cold rain to SC and eastern NC.
27 Feb 2013
All 3 local weather forecasters were calling for snow Saturday evening into Sunday morning on the 11:00 news last night. But checking my dependable sources this morning and no mention of it anywhere. Was is just a case of the locals using the US model but the European model not calling for it?
8 Jan 2013
A look at what is forecast to arrive in about 10 -12 days, and then deepen to what is shown on the illustration below. This is straight from the Saturday Summary January 5, 2013 from "He whose name shall not be spoken" on "the weather site that shall not be referenced". I can't wait, I mean, its about time for the snow geese in the southeast to be fed! This set up is supposedly going to be around for a couple of weeks. Surely we can get a low forming in the gulf to ride up I-85 and pound us with a good foot of snow!

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