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.
This week Rowan County Weather is celebrating Severe Weather Preparedness Week. My goal this week is to provide you with tips and information on how to best prepare for any severe weather we could encounter this Spring and Summer. Today's focus will be on Tornadoes.
As we close in on the calendar start to the Spring Season it is always a good time to review and prepare for the Severe Weather that can come with the transition from colder air to warmer air.
So tonight I have been getting a lot of inquiries about the potential for snow in the county Thursday into Friday. I can tell you based on what I am seeing that does not look likely at all. The model that is showing as the title photo for this blog is the European Model for 7am Friday Morning.
As we begin the month of March. Let's take a look back at how the weather treated us in the month of February.
We started the month of February off with the warmest high temperature of the month at 71 degrees. A feat matched only once more in the month on February 24th.
Do you like recording rainfall totals and snowfall totals form your home?
There's a good chance that many of you don't know Meteorological Winter only last from the First day of December to the last day of February. Not to be confused with the calendar observations of the season from Dec 21st - March 21st.
As we begin a few days of very wet weather a Carolina Wedge setup could potentially cause severe weather on Wednesday afternoon. The outlook for potential severe weather for the area is already in place by the Storm Predictions Center.