FOR THE PAST FEW DAYS I HAVE BEEN KEEPING YOU UPDATED ON A SYSTEM THAT HAS DROPPED INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO. THIS SYSTEM IS STARTING TO SHOW SIGNS OF DEVELOPMENT THAT COULD LEAD TO A POSSIBLE CATEGORY 1 HURRICANE OVER THE NEXT 24-48 HOURS. HERE ARE THE LATEST DETAILS ON THE SYSTEM.
A BROAD LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM LOCATED OVER THE EASTERN FLORIDA PANHANDLE IS PRODUCING DISORGANIZED SHOWER ACTIVITY. THE LOW IS FORECAST TO MOVE SOUTHWARD TO SOUTHWESTWARD AND EMERGE OVER THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO LATER TODAY.
We have had a quite Tropical Season to this point. That is likely to change over the next few days as a low pressure system currently over the state of Georgia is expected to drift south into the Gulf of Mexico.
As we all begin to embark on another fun filled summer. Trips to beaches are likely on your agenda. One of the biggest threats to you at the beach are rip currents.
We are now a few days into astronomical Spring. I wanted to take a few moments to look back at how this past winter stacked up to winters in the past. Let's start with the average temperature. This winter was actually a little mild believe it or not.
Rain chances will turn into a chance for a late thunderstorm here in the county. We have a 90% chance of rain today. With a general thunderstorm risk later this evening.
We have an 80% chance of rain today and this evening. Here is when the rain is expected to move through the county. The good news is most of the day will be dry but overcast. As we head into the early evening hours things will change quickly.
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For the past 6 years Rowan County Weather has been providing weather coverage and forecast for Rowan County residents. I have been humbled by how welcoming you all have been to me.
I mentioned in an earlier post this morning that today was national Weatherpersons Day. This day is observed every year on February 5th. Here is what the celebration of today is all about.
National Weatherperson's Day