By Daniel Huffman / January 25, 2019

Winter Weather Possibilities Over The Next Two Weeks

What a difference a day makes, right?  The weather models are finally coming around to the ideas that I thought they would.  I feel we are in for a busy 2-3 week span of active winter weather possibilities, even into

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By Daniel Huffman / November 13, 2018

Ice Storm Possible Late Wednesday Into Thursday

We are in the midst of a potentially crippling ice storm for parts of NC.  The Northern NC Mountains will potentially see a very heavy accumulation of ice and sleet from late Wednesday night through Thursday afternoon.  The wintry mix

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By Daniel Huffman / November 2, 2018

TORNADO THREAT TODAY THEN MORE SEVERE WEATHER EARLY NEXT WEEK

We warned back on Tuesday that severe storms would be possible today and now that seems to be the case.  I am worried that at least one tornado will be reported in the area outlined on our custom map below. 

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By Daniel Huffman / October 30, 2018

SEVERE WEATHER POSSIBLE LATE WEEK

Hope everyone is enjoying the normal temperatures, because all indications are they will be going back below normal later next week.  Later next week, we could be looking at another widespread frost and freeze event.  We will keep you posted

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By Daniel Huffman / October 23, 2018

Nor’easter Takes Aim From SC Through ME

The weather pattern is undergoing a significant change and you probably felt it Monday morning.  We warned of the possibility of a widespread frost and that is exactly what happened.  Locations into Northern and Central South Carolina got in on

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By Daniel Huffman / October 8, 2018

Major Hurricane Michael Headed Toward The Southeast

Another busy week of weather is in store for our viewing area.  We are watching Michael, which is now a hurricane and will continue to strengthen over the next 48 hours.  Areas from Pensacola to Apalachicola need to be on

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By Daniel Huffman / October 5, 2018

Elevated Severe and Flood Risk Next Several Days

We have an increased risk of severe storms with a stalled frontal boundary and the flow around the high to the east.  Some of the storms may reach severe criteria and that is why I have shown the elevated risk areas

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By Daniel Huffman / September 25, 2018

The Ghost of Florence Visits The Outer Banks

The system referred to as 98L should become a tropical depression or tropical storm later today but let me stress that this is NOT what was Florence and is much smaller in comparison.  This system will work in unison with

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By Daniel Huffman / September 21, 2018

Watching The Tropics Off Carolina Coast

An interesting area in the tropics has emerged just off the Carolina’s coast and many weather models are saying it is going to come back into the NC Coast next Tuesday or Wednesday.  This is a very possible scenario but

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By Daniel Huffman / September 17, 2018

Florence Aftermath Still Being Felt

I absolutely hate delivering bad news, but Florence at last count had taken 17 lives.  Two of the victims was a mom and her baby, when a tree fell on their house.  The one bright part about that story is

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By Daniel Huffman / September 14, 2018

Widespread Flooding – Power Outages – High Winds Occurring With Florence

  The update below is normally a member only update but I want to share it with you to show you what a membership at my website will get you.  Due to the serious and critical nature of the system

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By Daniel Huffman / September 13, 2018

Catastrophic Flooding Winds and Storm Surge From Hurricane Florence

The main threat from Hurricane Florence is the flooding and storm surge along the coastline of NC/SC.  I am not trying to downplay the winds and they will be bad, but the flooding will be of epic proportion near the

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By Daniel Huffman / September 13, 2018

Florence Will Bring Life Threatening Conditions

The maps above is one that was put out earlier this week for members of my website, but I am putting it out today to prepare everyone for what Florence will bring.  Please get prepared NOW, but for some areas

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By Daniel Huffman / September 11, 2018

Damaging Winds and Historic Flooding Potential With Florence

  First of all I would just like to remember those who sacrificed everything when our freedom was attacked back on September 11, 2001.  You know where you were, and everyone was in a state of panic.  I am proud

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By Daniel Huffman / September 10, 2018

Historic Hurricane Florence To Bring Category 4 Winds and Catastrophic Inland Flooding

    We started preparing our website members for this system last Friday and now it appears that worse case scenario may be about to occur.  Florence is now a Category 4 hurricane and will be an historic event unlike

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By Daniel Huffman / September 10, 2018

Hurricane Florence Will Bring Category 4 Winds At Landfall And Historic Flooding

🚨 PREPARE MODE 🚨    CLICK TO ENLARGE PICTURES  I have issued the prepare mode for all residents of NC/SC/GA. Areas in GA may be spared the worst of the winds and flooding but along the coast from FL to

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By Daniel Huffman / September 7, 2018

Florence Threatens A Direct Hit On The Southeast US

Florence is showing a west movement at the moment and strengthening as well. A direct hit somewhere between FL to VA is increasing with each new model run. We will be sending an email member update out shortly and will

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By Daniel Huffman / August 30, 2018

Tropical Trouble Next Week

LABOR DAY WEEKEND TEMPS ANIMATION We will not be in the office from Friday through next Monday and wish everyone a safe and restful Labor Day holiday.  So, what do the temperatures and weather for Labor Day weekend look like? 

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By Daniel Huffman / August 24, 2018

Moderating Temperatures Next Week

The weather has been close to normal the last few days and more of the same is in store for Saturday, but this all changes starting on Sunday.  The reason is that we will have a high pressure building over

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By Daniel Huffman / August 8, 2018

Increased Severe Weather Risk Today

We have already had some severe storms pop today and expect more of the same as we head into this evening.  The severe parameters are quite impressive and not in a good way for this setup.  We will see the

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By Daniel Huffman / July 31, 2018

Flash Flooding Expected

Flash flooding is expected for part of the area over the next 72 hours.  Many areas have been hit and miss with the precipitation over the past several days but it appears that a soaking and for some flooding rainfall

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By Daniel Huffman / July 25, 2018

Flash Flood Threat Continues

The threat of more flash flooding will remain today. Then a few days break and back to heavy rainfall every afternoon and evening. Rinse and repeat this pattern for the next 10 days at least.  In our member email update,

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By Daniel Huffman / July 10, 2018

Watching TS Chris and Hurricane Beryl Remnants

It has been rather nice the last several days, but the heat and humidity are slowly creeping back up.  The good news is the highs look to be widespread upper 80’s to lower 90’s for the majority of the viewing

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By Daniel Huffman / July 6, 2018

Tropics Come Alive Suddenly

We have a front that is approaching from the north and will be responsible for the increase in showers and storms the next few days.  When the front clears most of North Carolina on Saturday, we will see cooler temperatures

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By Daniel Huffman / July 2, 2018

Heatwave End In Sight

The heatwave has lasted now for a few weeks, but some relief may be on the way.  The weather data suggests that a high will shift into position to the north of our area toward mid-week.  This will create a

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By Daniel Huffman / June 25, 2018

Brief Cool-Down Then Heatwave Number Two

We have observed many days above 90° or greater this past week and we see no real sustained relief until possibly the second week of July.  However, we will see a brief cool-down with a back-door cool front working in

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By Daniel Huffman / June 20, 2018

Heatwave Continues For The Southeast

The heatwave continues and a brief break is coming for Friday and Saturday but next week will bring more of the same hot and humid weather.  We may finally see some afternoon relief from scattered showers and storms today through

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By Daniel Huffman / June 12, 2018

Heatwave Commences Next Week

Heatwave looks likely next week. We mentioned this a few days ago with our premium subscribers but now it appears ready to happen. Most areas will be in the mid to upper 90’s, except the Blue Ridge.  Isolated to scattered

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By Daniel Huffman / June 8, 2018

Severe Weather Possible This Weekend

We will have an approaching back-door cold front and it will bring a chance of some isolated to scattered severe weather over the weekend.  The best severe chance at this time appears to occur late evening on Saturday through Sunday

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By Daniel Huffman / May 2, 2018

HURRICANE OUTLOOK 2018

Most of the long-range modeling is agreeing on a weak El Nino developing for late fall.  The current La Nina is almost finished and neutral conditions will be the key to hurricane season this year.  See the chart below for

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By Daniel Huffman / November 20, 2017

Thanksgiving Forecast

We have discussed the possibility of something wintry on Thanksgiving with members over the past week and made sure to note that this was a highly uncertain forecast.  The reason is that the European weather model showed a major east

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By Daniel Huffman / November 17, 2017

Cool and Windy Weekend Then Interesting Next Week

Expect some scattered showers around Saturday into perhaps Sunday Morning with amounts generally 0.25” or less.  This system will dry out some as it crosses the Blue Ridge and will cause less precipitation than initially thought.  Mountain locations will more

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By Daniel Huffman / November 9, 2017

Colder Temps and Drizzle Then Chaotic Pattern

  This week has been a cold and damp one just as we predicted.  Most of the heavier pockets of rain will be over Eastern NC, and Central/Eastern SC and GA (See Below).  Most areas in NC and NW SC

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By Daniel Huffman / November 6, 2017

Damp Week With Mixed Precip For Some Late Weekend

We have been very dry over the past month and finally we see some wet weather returning for this week.  The rain will be intermittent through tomorrow but Wednesday into Thursday morning will be the best chance to see some

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By Daniel Huffman / October 25, 2017

Killing Frost and Freeze Possible Tonight

Today will be cooler than the last few weeks and that will continue into tomorrow as well.  Tonight will feature some of the coldest air felt this season and several areas will see their first frost or freeze of the

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By Daniel Huffman / October 23, 2017

ISOLATED TORNADO THREAT TODAY

We had not planned on doing another update until around Thursday but this situation warrants immediate broadcast.  We warned about this possibility to members last Friday and now it seems that we could have some organized clusters of severe thunderstorms

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By Daniel Huffman / October 20, 2017

Snow For Some Areas and Rain For All Areas In Southeast

Much has been discussed lately about a pattern change that is headed our way and this will bring our area more in the way of rainfall over the next several weeks.  Before we get to the rainfall, it should be

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By Daniel Huffman / October 13, 2017

Finally Some Cooler Weather In Sight

Temperatures will be cooler overall in the upper south with a hybrid CAD present. Most areas in the southeast will see a warm up heading into Saturday and Sunday but cooling off again behind the next cold front for next

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By Daniel Huffman / October 6, 2017

Weather Effects From Nate For Our Area

Nate is a weak tropical storm but expected to reach at least minimal hurricane status before making landfall between LA and the Panhandle of FL. We have had our share of tropical systems and major hurricanes this year. Our prediction

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By Daniel Huffman / September 25, 2017

HURRICANE MARIA EASTERN NC IMPACTS EXPECTED

Hurricane Maria is finally starting to approach the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Conditions are expected to deteriorate through the next 48 hours with her approach. Storm surge will be a big issue with Maria and is expected to be

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By Daniel Huffman / September 21, 2017

Hurricane Maria Update

Hurricane Maria has been battering Puerto Rico with rainfall up to two feet and winds in excess of 150mph. Maria is now in the top ten list for Atlantic hurricanes with a very low pressure at her strongest of 909mb.

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By Daniel Huffman / September 15, 2017

Hurricane Jose to Strengthen and Threaten East Coast

Jose is still a tropical storm but expected to regain strength over the next 24 hours. Jose should become a category 1 or 2 hurricane again before threatening the coasts from NC through Massachusetts. You will see above the latest

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By Daniel Huffman / September 13, 2017

Hurricane Jose and Long Range Predictions

We are now past Hurricane Irma and overall the forecast was pretty close in terms of error miles. Hurricanes are and will always be one of the trickiest acts of nature to predict. Below you will see three maps. One

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By Daniel Huffman / September 11, 2017

Hurricane Irma Then Hurricane Jose

Hurricane Irma has left her mark on Florida and now is moving into Georgia. The winds are much weaker than before and now Irma is just a tropical storm. Areas from GA, AL, TN, SC, and NC will still feel

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By Daniel Huffman / September 7, 2017

Hurricane Irma To Impact NC/SC/GA

Hurricane Irma is still holding at a Category 5 status…She is maintaining remarkable strength and may regain some before making her first landfall either in Florida, Georgia or South Carolina. Touch and go situation with this storm but make sure

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By Daniel Huffman / September 5, 2017

Historic Category 5 Hurricane Irma Forecast

Today, everyone is talking about historic Hurricane Irma and we will talk about that in the next section. Today, we will see some showers and storms possible with many areas receiving at least 0.50” – 1” with a passing frontal

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By Daniel Huffman / September 1, 2017

Tornado Risk Elevated Today

I said that I would not update and had not planned on it but the situation unfolding warrants it. We are very concerned for Northern South Carolina and most of the North Carolina Foothills and Piedmont regions. The latest weather

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By Daniel Huffman / August 31, 2017

Labor Day Weekend Is Very Wet

The weather world has been and will stay very busy over the next several weeks. We are still dealing with flooding from Harvey in the Tennessee valley and Hurricane Irma now with 100mph winds. Don’t blink or you will miss

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By Daniel Huffman / August 11, 2017

Wetter Conditions Likely Next 5 Days

Hard to believe that about three weeks ago the Southeast was in the midst of a heatwave. Today and for the next week, we expect temperatures to be normal to slightly below normal. This is not bad at all for

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By Daniel Huffman / July 28, 2017

Severe Weather Threat Today Then Cooler and Drier

Today will feature some scattered showers and thunderstorms. Some of these storms will be strong to severe with the main threats being damaging winds, flooding and even an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out in Eastern North Carolina. We will

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By Daniel Huffman / July 17, 2017

Dangerous Heatwave Imminent

The next ten days will be the hottest of the year thus far. The good thing in that statement is that we have been pretty close to normal this summer. We expected some heat to build at some point but

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By Daniel Huffman / July 10, 2017

Heat Builds and Tropics Get Active

I hope everyone had a great 4th of July holiday week. The weather today will feature temperatures that are close to normal with only isolated showers and storms. These showers and storms will be your typical ones that occur in

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By Daniel Huffman / March 1, 2017

Severe Weather Likely For Southeast Today

We see a raging jet stream, warm temperatures and high dew-points in the Southeast today. This will lead to an outbreak of severe storms shown in the map below. The damaging straight-line winds will be the worst aspect of this

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By Daniel Huffman / February 16, 2017

Could Winter Return Before Spring Is Here

We have been blow-torched by warmth most of the winter season. This winter has been a no-show for the most part and the main reason is the +PDO in the Pacific has turned more -PDO. This is why California is

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By Daniel Huffman / February 4, 2017

Icy Glaze and Light Mix Possible For Some Areas

I wanted to do a quick update on the changing situation for Sunday. It appears that the weather model data has come in wetter with this next system. This will NOT be a major system and will be mostly a

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By Daniel Huffman / January 24, 2017

Deep South Light Snow Next Week Could Precede Warmth

  We are on the exiting end of the warmer temperatures for all of the Southeast. We will see a chance of some scattered showers on Wednesday and Wednesday evening. This front will be bringing in the first batch of

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By Daniel Huffman / January 21, 2017

Large Hail – Damaging Winds – Isolated Tornadoes Likely Through Sunday

  I was not planning to do another update but the developing situation warrants one. Please be extremely careful with any storms that develop from now through tomorrow night. I expect to see many reports of tornadoes by the time

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By Daniel Huffman / January 18, 2017

Heavy Rain and Severe Weather Replaced By Much Colder Air Late Next Week

Near term will feature above normal temps and a chance for some heavy rain in many areas. Also, some areas will see a chance of severe weather early next week. After this warm spell, we see a much colder pattern

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By Daniel Huffman / January 13, 2017

Cold and Storm Weather Returns Late January

Enjoy this warm weather or your January thaw, because it will not last. Weather model data is already pointing to a much more stormy and cold period moving in towards the end of January and at least part of February.

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By Daniel Huffman / January 6, 2017

Major Winter Storm Slams The Southeast

Major Winter Storm arriving in the Southeast for Friday into Saturday. We have been preparing our members for this storm for 8 days now and issued our first snowfall map this past Monday. Many areas will see snowfall that will cripple

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By Daniel Huffman / January 5, 2017

Significant To Major Winter Storm Unfolding For The Southeast

Significant to Major Winter Storm Unfolding In Southeast for Friday into Saturday. We have been preparing our members for this storm for 7 days now and issued our first snowfall map this past Monday. Join today before 5pm and you

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By Daniel Huffman / January 3, 2017

Significant Winter Storm Likely This Weekend

We are now tracking a winter storm that will likely affect many in the Southeast. Posted above you will see where we expect the wintry as well as severe weather to occur with this storm system. To see forecast snowfall

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By Daniel Huffman / December 29, 2016

Winter Storm Potential Late Next Week

  We will see the pattern take a much more favorable turn for winter weather in the Mid-South region toward later next week. The weather models are pointing to a possible winter storm during this time. For more information including

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By Daniel Huffman / December 19, 2016

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

We will see the pattern relax quite a bit over the next 7-10 days. Therefore, I will be taking some much needed time to spend with my family. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, I will be back with a new post

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By Daniel Huffman / December 17, 2016

Winter Weather Potential In The Pattern

Watching the early week system for some ice issues. This system has some high uncertainty with regards to who gets how much. Later next week and then the next week, we have to watch for more POTENTIAL in this pattern.

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By Daniel Huffman / December 16, 2016

Ice Accumulation Map For Tonight and Saturday AM

My forecast from Wednesday for my members (Top Map). Looks pretty close to NWS (Bottom Map). My current website members were prepared for this earlier this week. As many backed off this event, I did not because with overrunning precipitation

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By Daniel Huffman / December 15, 2016

Snow Showers Possible For Some Areas Friday Then Ice

Models are in very good agreement that some will see some snow showers on Friday with a change to ice. Be sure to become a member by CLICKING HERE or the button below. We will be putting out what ice

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By Daniel Huffman / December 14, 2016

Ice Accumulation Likely Saturday Morning

Models are in very good agreement that we will have a period of freezing rain late Friday night into Midday Saturday. Be sure to become a member by CLICKING HERE or the button below. We will be putting out what

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By Daniel Huffman / December 11, 2016

Tracking a POSSIBLE Significant Ice Storm Late Next Weekend

Much more agreement today with the weather models about the POSSIBLE winter weather event late next weekend. However, there is still some uncertainty as to how much snow would occur with this system. We will have another member email update

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By Daniel Huffman / December 9, 2016

Could A Winter Storm Be Brewing Late Next Week?

We could see our first winter storm later next week. While there is still uncertainty, the latest CMC/GFS/Euro Ensemble models paint a pretty wintry picture in parts of the south later next week. There is even some talk of some

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By Daniel Huffman / December 6, 2016

Frigid Arctic Air Late Week

We will see some of the coldest air of this winter season move in over the next few days. All areas will see lows in the upper teens to upper 20’s, except the Gulf Coast and Northern FL and they

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By Daniel Huffman / December 2, 2016

More Heavy Rainfall For Many Areas For Late Weekend

We will see some overrunning precipitation coming in late this weekend. All of the Southeast will see at least some rain from this system. Many will see flash flooding risks as well and this pattern has set in for the

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By Daniel Huffman / December 1, 2016

Below Normal Temperatures Likely Next 2 Weeks

Thoughts and prayers go out to those affected by the tornadoes yesterday and all the damage. We sent out an email and text message to our website members warning of this around 3:30pm yesterday (Member Map Below). This was about

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By Daniel Huffman / November 27, 2016

Drenching Rainfall Likely Tuesday and Wednesday

Some relief will finally arrive this week in the way of rainfall. We should see two rounds of rainfall from Tuesday through Thursday. This will NOT end the drought but should bring some much needed rain, which could be locally

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By Daniel Huffman / November 22, 2016

Drought Relief On The Way

We will see the very real possibility that some rainfall is expected next week. Expect Thanksgiving to be near normal temperature wise with only a passing light shower or sprinkle. Some more beneficial rainfall could be in the cards for

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By Daniel Huffman / November 13, 2016

Rain Possible For Drought Areas Sunday PM

We are seeing the possibility of some rain for later Sunday afternoon and evening into the overnight hours. However, it will NOT be a drought buster by any means. Later next week is our first real rain threat, so stay

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By Daniel Huffman / November 13, 2016

Hard Freeze Expected For Many Areas For Sunday AM

Be sure to bundle up on the way to church services on Sunday morning. Also, bring your pets indoors and anything that you don’t want to freeze. Expect the coldest air so far for the season for many areas of

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By Daniel Huffman / November 7, 2016

Widespread Frost Threat Tonight

We will see the first widespread frost threat tonight. I first warned about this over a week ago. Many areas have seen frost and many more will tonight and first thing on Tuesday morning. Be sure to bring in any

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By Daniel Huffman / October 31, 2016

Final Winter Outlook For 2016-2017

WINTER OUTLOOK FOR 2016-2017 Over the past several months, I have been watching many different aspects of the atmosphere. I fear that we will have a much colder start to winter for the 2016-2017 season. This is going to take

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By Daniel Huffman / October 24, 2016

Preliminary Winter Outlook 2016-2017

Click here to get free notification updates on new posts by liking our page Temperatures and Precipitation This winter is shaping up to be one of extremes is what I am thinking so far. I have used several analog years

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