Friday, September 2, 2016 – 11:30PM Update: Tropical Storm Hermine was centered near Wilmington, NC at 11pm, and moving to the NE at 22 mph, away from our area. Weather conditions will continue to slowly improve overnight. The tornado watch and flash flood watch have been cancelled for our area. The heavy rain is over, and winds will be mostly below tropical storm strength. The Weather Alert Day has ended. Weather will be much nicer for the weekend. Sunshine will return Saturday, and it will be sunny and warm with lower humidity through Monday. Friday, September 2, 2016…
The tropical system has been upgraded to Tropical Storm Fiona as the cyclone’s thunderstorm activity becomes better organized.
Fall tomatoes grow nicely in the Carolinas
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Higher rain chances will keep us cooler for the next week.
Earl has been upgraded to a Category 1 hurricane with 75 mph winds, as of 5 PM Wednesday. Hurricane Warnings are in place for the coastline …
A tropical wave has emerged off the coast of Africa, and it has the potential to become a tropical depression in the next few days.
Hot, humid weather will continue through the rest of the week, and into the weekend.
Dangerous heat is building across the area as high pressure strengthens.
We’re into the first week of July and the heat is continuing to build.
Building heat and humidity, coupled with an approaching cold front, makes for the potential for severe weather this Friday.
I currently have two bee hives in my backyard, and I care for a third for a neighbor.
Tropical Storm Colin builds strength as it moves closer to the Florida Panhandle
Sunday is a Weather Alert Day due to the risk for severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging wind gusts.
An updating blog about this week’s tropical potential