Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Looking Back at Last Week's Snow

Viewer photo from snow in Fayetteville on February 1, 2007

The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Raleigh has released an excellent discussion on the hows and whys of last week's winter weather. Snow totals of up to 2 inches were reported in the southern Piedmont and Sandhills of the state. For those of you who are really into weather, the discussion is a great read. Check it out at the following link --

For snow lovers looking for more snow this winter, the news isn't too good for the next few days. While cool weather is in the forecast through the weekend, the forecast will remain dry. The next weather system that could produce precipitation for our area may come Tuesday of next week. It's really too early to make a definite call on this system right now. Some of the latest model data suggests it may be just warm enough for this to be all rain. We'll have to watch the temperatures closely. It is winter in North Carolina and a lot could change between now and then. We'll keep you posted. Stay tuned to News 14 Carolina for Weather on the Ones updates!

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