Groundhog Day has special meaning for me. Not only is it a day where I can kick back and let animal labor do all the work (just kidding), but it is also the anniversary of the day that I proposed to my wife, Susan. In 1996, I was a meteorologist for AccuWeather, in State College, PA. While Punxsutawney was only about an hour and a half away, I had never been. Susan was a salesperson for the company, and just getting back from a sales trip on the evening of Feb. 1st. I picked her up from the airport, and…
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.
Cold frame lettuce versus garden lettuce.
Temperatures are warming up and will last for quite some time.
Today marked the 5th day in a row with temperatures in the 70s, and we have two more to go before the late week cool down. So far this month…
Sorry, we probably are not going to have snow on Christmas this year.
The 2015 Hurricane Season is in the books!
Tonight marks the end of the growing season for much of the eastern Carolinas.
A couple weeks ago I blogged about the record amounts of rain we saw in the eastern Carolinas in October. Most of that was due to the flood …
A strong cold front will move through, some cold see “freezing” temperatures.