Here’s When You Can Expect Turbulent Weather In North Carolina This Week
Here’s when you can expect turbulent weather in North Carolina this week. It seems no region of the state will be immune by some kind of severe weather. Here’s why.
The National Weather Service says a major storm system is expected not only in North Carolina but throughout the South. And early in the week, Tar Heel residents can expect snow and strong winds in the North Carolina mountains. Here in the Charlotte area heavy rains and thunderstorms should arrive early. Here’s when you can expect turbulent weather in North Carolina this week.
The Coastal area of North Carolina should experience “multiple threats” according to the National Weather Service. Our source for this story, the Charlotte Observer reports Ocracoke Island, Cape Hatteras and other parts of the Outer Banks will experience heavy rain, strong winds and some flooding. Also, snow is expected in the Western part of North Carolina along the Tennessee border and in areas above 3,500 feet. Forecaster Clay Chaney from the National Weather Service, tells the Charlotte Observer the effected areas will include Beech Mountain, Roan Mountain and the community of Wolf Laurel. That’s about 30 miles north of Asheville.
It seems odd to be hearing about snow after experiencing mild temperatures over the weekend. And there is no threat of that in the piedmont. The temperature won’t be the problem. We should see highs in the 50s and low 60s. But there will be a deluge of rain according to the weather experts. The Charlotte Observer reports, there will be heavy rains at the beginning of the week. In the Chester County, South Carolina the rain will be accompanied by thunderstorms.
Once we get past Monday, the temperatures look mild for the Charlotte area Tuesday through Friday. To learn more about this story get details from our source, The Charlotte Observer, right here.