With the arrival of Spring we all start thinking about warmer weather and getting outside. It's a refreshing break from the months of cold air we have dealt with from the Fall and Winter. The question that always surfaces as we enter into Spring is how warm will it get? How wet might it be?
As we are on the last weekend of the Winter Season based on the calendar. I wanted to take a look back at how I did on my long range winter forecast. I release my Long Range Winter Forecast every year on Halloween Day.
We are in the mid point of March and I thought it would be a good time to look back at how we are comparing to previous March weather totals to this point.
Spring is getting close and of course with the arrival of warmer weather the chance increases for severe weather. Tomorrow evening looks to be no exception. The first point to put across is the threat for a tornado is almost non existent.
On this last day of Severe Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina. I wanted to invite you all with ways you can get involved to help with Severe Weather.
During NC Severe Weather Preparedness Week its not only the dangers from the sky you have to be aware of but the dangers that could come from vacationing at the beach.
As we continue to celebrate NC Severe Weather Preparedness Week one key factor in weather that is sometimes forgotten is the heat we experience during the Spring and Summer months,
It's NC Severe Weather Preparedness Week and Rowan County Weather continues to celebrate in its daily blog with important safety information you can use this Spring & Summer. Did you know that Thunder is more than a loud noise? It's the sound lightning makes.
This week is Severe Weather Preparedness week in North Carolina. At Rowan County Weather I have been making daily blog post to help you prepare. Today's topic Floods.
Flooding is a coast to coast threat to the United States and its territories nearly everyday of the year.
This week is severe weather preparedness week in North Carolina. Rowan County Weather continues to celebrate by providing you with information on how you can best prepare for severe weather.