Weather Alert Day – Wednesday! Wednesday, February 24, 11:40am: The of rain and storms is currently in Horry County, extending northeast into North Carolina. There has been some severe weather with this batch, even rotation that prompted a tornado warning for Robeson County earlier this morning. The TORNADO WATCH was issued for the area for the second line of thunderstorms, currently developing west of Columbia. These will move into our part of the Carolinas this afternoon with the potential for damaging winds and tornadoes. Wednesday, February 24, 7:45am: We’re still monitoring the potential for thunderstorms capable of producing severe weather…
With the warmer weather this week I have had a chance to get out in the garden.
After a very cold start to the week, temperatures have made a nice rebound…but we have our sights set on this weekend. Temperatures will tre…
Light freezing rain Friday morning could cause slick spots on roads and sidewalks.
We could wake up Friday morning to a wintry mix across the Pee Dee.
Despite the cold, I have been busy in the garden this week.
A few cold fronts will move through as we go into the weekend, bringing in the coldest air of the winter season.
A few videos showing the picturesque tornado in Fort Stewart, GA
Groundhog Day 20 years ago was very special to me.
Warming trend returns for the weekend
Here is a running blog that will continue to be updated concerning Friday’s weather
In the south, we usually have to be happy with man-made snow.
My 2016 seeds arrived!
Hurricane Alex has formed in the Atlantic, making it the first named Atlantic tropical system of 2016.
There have only been 5 named Atlantic tropical storms in the month of January since 1900. We may soon see #6.