Myself along with other forecasters and meteorologist have been keeping you aware of the severe weather threat for several days now. Today is the day to stay weather aware as we will see our first severe storms of the season. The main threat will be damaging winds and localized flooding.
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Last week on social media I posted a picture showing a Rowan County Weather forecast on a television screen. I made the statement "Rowan County Weather coming to a TV near you.
We have made it to the end of another work week. This weekend is going to be the kind of weekend that messes up your outdoor plans. Let's focus on today. We will see a high of around 70º today. This will be our ;last 70º for the next several days.
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The best way to prepare you for today is by giving you advice. That advice is "It's a good day to stay inside" Rain will be our big issue for the day. Late this evening in the northern portions of the county we could see a rain sleet mix. No concerns for icy accumulation.
It's going to be the second day of Spring. We are going to be dealing with another round of winter. The good news it will be a weak round of winter which should be pretty flakes falling and not really accumulating due to warm ground temps and surface level air temps.
It's the first day of Spring and we are starting off with some yucky weather. It is going to be an overcast yucky day with rain moving in later this evening. We will see a high of around 59º
The question on everyone's mind this morning is when is the snow going to start. We will continue to see rain over the next few hours this morning but a transition to sleet and snow will occur as we move through the midmorning and early afternoon hours.
I have been tracking this system for the past several days and as we close in on Monday there are still some questions this system is posing. Will we see snow? The answer is likely yes. Will we see snow accumulating?