Another Storm System Mid Week

By: Bob Trihy
By: Bob Trihy

The seemingly endless parade of storms will continue as showers increase late Tuesday, and into Wednesday.

The seemingly endless parade of storms will continue as showers increase late Tuesday, and into Wednesday. The bad news is that many rivers and streams are already near bankful and above, and more rain is not what we need. Many area streams and  rivers will flood this week, with  widespread low land flooding likely. The good news is that this storm system moving in midweek should not produce as much rain as the previous one did. Also it appears we get a break from the rain after Wednesday, when dry weather is expected for the rest of the week into the weekend.

As far as this next storm, it appears we'll see somewhere on the order of .25" to .75' of rain. The additional rain on top of what we've received lately will not drastically affect the level of streams and rivers across the east. The storm track will adjust  a bit to the south late week, keeping a storm system tracking to the south of the region. We could get clipped by some rain and or snow, but at this point it appears the storm track, as of now, is south of the region.

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  • by rodney Location: gerrnville on Feb 15, 2010 at 08:25 PM
    I have always heard the phrase RAIN SNOW SLEET OR SHINE THE MAIL MUST GO!!! I would like to know at what point does the government think SAFETY FIRST.I actually saw mail carriers on the road the last two winter storms we have had. I use to want to work for the postal service ,but i change my mind. i dont even think anyone went to there mailbox SATURDAY any way . MY COMMENT IS dOES THE POSTAL SERVICE even care about the safety of there employees.
  • by Betsey Location: Greenville on Feb 14, 2010 at 05:02 PM
    Brandon, please put in dates if you can since the blog doesn't time stamp. As with Alex, we are losing track of the dates but you are spot on! Love the anticipation of the next prediction.
  • by Alex Location: enc on Feb 14, 2010 at 02:38 PM
    Brandon-I love your forecasts, but I do have onr request, please put some dates in your predictions.I'm alittle lost on the next weekend/next week reference. Do you mean the week of 15 to 20 and the weekend of the 20th?
  • by Brandon Location: ENC on Feb 14, 2010 at 01:25 PM
    I am actually backing off from a system next weekend. It looks like next week is more interesting. Also, I have learned from being in Norht Carolina that it can be sixty during the day and a snowstorm can come over night, which has happened with many of our storms. Winter is far from over and I still see plenty of snow chances. Stay Tuned!
  • by Jessica Location: Jacksonville on Feb 13, 2010 at 09:13 AM
    Brandon, the forecast looks too warm on the 20th for snow. Do you think this will change or will we see mostly rain?
  • by Brandon Location: ENC on Feb 13, 2010 at 07:30 AM
    Hey Guys, sorry I didnt get time to post last night. The snow totals increased because the low acted in a tropical nature. Bands of heavy snow set up over certain areas. Our next interesting system is,yes you guessed it, next weekend and then around the 20th. Winter is far from over.
  • by brandon Location: enc on Feb 12, 2010 at 04:53 PM
    hey guys, by nine tonight everyone should begin to see some snow falling. the models are still showing a good amount of snow as well as some snow banding. my accumulations stand almost the same. add an inch to my previous post. get ready for a wild weather night!
  • by house Location: martin county on Feb 12, 2010 at 01:48 PM
    brandon: one last blog before 5:oo pm today
  • by Jason Location: Greenville on Feb 12, 2010 at 10:48 AM
    It appears that the latest model runs, want to pull the Low Pressure Center a little further North than originally forecast. If this is the case, a lot of the East could see a decent ammount of snowfall starting tonight.
  • by Just Me Location: Williamston on Feb 12, 2010 at 09:59 AM
    Update Brandon??? What does this mean for us as far as inches Andy??
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