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Thursday September 12th, 2019 - 7:46 pm

🎪PAWPAW FESTIVAL FORECAST:

If you're heading out to Lake Snowden this weekend, you better stay hydrated. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s for much of the festival. The only chance of rain comes Friday afternoon through Saturday morning. Plentiful sunshine all day Sunday allowing us to warm up above normal once again. 😎
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🎪PAWPAW FESTIVAL FORECAST:

If youre heading out to Lake Snowden this weekend, you better stay hydrated. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s for much of the festival. The only chance of rain comes Friday afternoon through Saturday morning. Plentiful sunshine all day Sunday allowing us to warm up above normal once again. 😎

Wednesday September 11th, 2019 - 8:16 am

☀️With the continuation of the 90 degree temperatures today and tomorrow, here’s some tips from our friends at the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) on how to stay safe during this September heat wave. ... See MoreSee Less

☀️With the continuation of the 90 degree temperatures today and tomorrow, here’s some tips from our friends at the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) on how to stay safe during this September heat wave.

Thursday September 5th, 2019 - 1:50 pm

As of early this afternoon, the National Hurricane Center has recently updated their 2-Day Tropical Weather Outlook for the Atlantic. Dorian still remains hurricane strength as dangerous winds and strong storm surge continue to batter the Carolina coasts through Friday. In other activity, several weak disturbances have established across the Atlantic, including Tropical Storm Gabrielle. The storm track is projected to lift north and northeast by late weekend and continue to steer away from any potential landfall. More concerning is the activity off the coast of Africa as further development and western progression is possible. With regards to the 5-day Graphical Outlook, the NHC has predicted a 60% chance of cyclone formation over the next 5 days. For more detailed information regarding to the activity in the Atlantic check out:
www.nhc.noaa.gov

(Credit: NHC)
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As of early this afternoon, the National Hurricane Center has recently updated their 2-Day Tropical Weather Outlook for the Atlantic. Dorian still remains hurricane strength as dangerous winds and strong storm surge continue to batter the Carolina coasts through Friday. In other activity, several weak disturbances have established across the Atlantic, including Tropical Storm Gabrielle. The storm track is projected to lift north and northeast by late weekend and continue to steer away from any potential landfall. More concerning is the activity off the coast of Africa as further development and western progression is possible. With regards to the 5-day Graphical Outlook, the NHC has predicted a 60% chance of cyclone formation over the next 5 days. For more detailed information regarding to the activity in the Atlantic check out:
https://www.nhc.noaa.gov 

(Credit: NHC)

Wednesday September 4th, 2019 - 9:38 am

👀SEPTEMBER OUTLOOK:

As promised, here is the September Outlook by the Climate Prediction Center. Temperatures (Left) as well as precipitation (Right) both look to be quite seasonable given our current upper level patterns and other atmospheric phenomenon. This will mean the we we should see temperatures in the lower 80s and rainfall near 2.50 inches for the month as a whole. (Both are climatological averages) We will have to wait and see if this really does pan out!
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👀SEPTEMBER OUTLOOK:

As promised, here is the September Outlook by the Climate Prediction Center. Temperatures (Left) as well as precipitation (Right) both look to be quite seasonable given our current upper level patterns and other atmospheric phenomenon. This will mean the we we should see temperatures in the lower 80s and rainfall near 2.50 inches for the month as a whole. (Both are climatological averages) We will have to wait and see if this really does pan out!

Tuesday September 3rd, 2019 - 9:52 am

📅AUGUST OVERVIEW:

August had quite a few temperature swings with the majority of the days being above average but still having days below average. Have brown grass?? Well, precipitation was down for the month as a whole where the area saw nearly 1.50" less than normal. However, for the year overall, the area is above normal for rainfall.

Check back Wednesday for a look at what the month of September has in store for the region!
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📅AUGUST OVERVIEW:

August had quite a few temperature swings with the majority of the days being above average but still having days below average. Have brown grass?? Well, precipitation was down for the month as a whole where the area saw nearly 1.50 less than normal. However, for the year overall, the area is above normal for rainfall. 

Check back Wednesday for a look at what the month of September has in store for the region!Image attachment

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I''m ready for the daytime highs to swing to the 60's and stay there for awhile.

How many times did we have fog during the month of August? Folklore says the number of snows will be equal to the number of August fogs.

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