Monthly Archives: June 2016

6/17: Evening Forecast Update

Discussion:  A couple waves of low pressure lie along a frontal boundary draped across the Carolinas. Here in the northeast, High Pressure is in control and should remain in place into early next week. It slowly departs south and east with an … Continue reading

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6/17: Forecast Update

Discussion: A frontal boundary in the mid atlantic has pushed into the Carolinas as a cold front. High Pressure continues to build in from the north and should remain in place through the weekend. An approaching cold front arrives late on … Continue reading

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June 16, 2016 – Evening Update

Discussion: A frontal boundary lies across the mid atlantic region along which an area of low pressure will develop and track, passing well to our south and west. Clouds tonight and into tomorrow will give way to clearing as the … Continue reading

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6/16/2016 Forecast Discussion

A warm front sits to our south. Out ahead of it cloud cover and showers have overspread the region. Expect some clearing this afternoon but clouds will stick around tonight and into tomorrow as an area of low pressure slips to … Continue reading

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6/15/2016 Forecast Briefing

Discussion: A dry weekend in tap. Above normal temperatures return for the 2nd half of the weekend.

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