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Spring Snow?

It has happened before in the Upstate of South Carolina, but not this year.  There is a chance for snow in the higher elevations of western North Carolina again tonight and Sunday though.  For Greenville and vicinity, it looks cool tomorrow with a slight chance for a few showers.  Thursday through Saturday temperatures will finally warm to around 70 with sunny skies.  Enjoy the spring days!  Sunday there is a chnace for rain and maybe a thunderstorm.  So far we have escaped severe weather, but that will probably change in a couple of weeks.

April and May are usually very active for hail and tornadoes in our area so begin preparing now.  The Storm Prediction Center created a website mapping severe weather and tornado reports from 2009.  Here is the link:

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/wcm/#2009

For now, enjoy the quiet weather, and just know it probably won't last too long.  Happy St. Patrick's Day! 

Comments

  • Donna Thigpen 4 years ago

    the neighborhood needs your prediction for Sat. March 27th as we have a work day/picnic lunch planned. Thanks!
    PS - your mother is standing right beside me.

  • Jamie 4 years ago

    Ha! It looks like Saturday will be the best day this weekend. There is a chnace or showers Friday and Sunday, but Saturday should be dry in between tthe two systems. It may be a little chilly with highs only in the mid-60s and a breeze off the lake. A light jacket should suffice though because the March sun should be out to make it feel warmer. Have fun!!!

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