Good Morning Folks! We'll close out 2018 with more showers and another 0.5 - 1.5" across the region depending upon location. Showers pick up this afternoon and become widespread closer to midnight tonight, winding down Tuesday morning. There will be a short break in the action Tuesday, however showers return Wednesday afternoon, becoming heavy and widespread Thursday, eventually winding down sometime Friday. The Wednesday through Friday event will be a two part play, with moi
Good Morning Folks! We called for 3 - 5" over the course of two days and already our forecasted totals have been surpassed, particularly along the escarpment (SC state line are). Several 6" plus totals are showing up on the rainfall map, with numerous 5" plus amounts stretching all the way down into Cullowhee Valley, with WCU picking up 5.21" over the past 24 hours (ending 8:30am). We expect another 1 - 3" before its all said and done and a 8 - 9" event total is not out of th
Good Morning Folks! With heavy rain on the way for Thursday and Friday, followed by several rounds of light - moderate rainfall Sunday through Tuesday, we highly encourage everyone to get outside today as it will be on the drier days over the next five days. The heavy rain event should unfold sometime Thursday morning and ramp up in both intensities and coverage Thursday night into Friday morning. Showers and even thunderstorms pass overhead Friday with a brief dry spell Satu
Good Morning Folks! Some housekeeping first. Our next discussion will come out Wednesday but no need to fret as the weather will be fair and quiet after today's passing showers, with our next rainmaker arriving late Thursday and lingering into Saturday. Showers are passing overhead as we speak and coverage will begin to wind down by the mid afternoon hours, however a piece of energy will swing nearby to the north tonight, allowing light snow showers to fall across the TN line
Good Morning Folks! The forecast is on track with several sites along the escarpment such as Lake Toxaway, Highlands and several in the Panthertown Valley area reporting 3" plus totals for the event, while the rest of us in SW NC are reporting 1.5 - 2.5" totals. More rain is falling this morning and will continue to do so till the early afternoon hours, as we expect rain to kick over to snow from the top down, meaning the valleys won't get in on the action till this evening.