There’s an area of high pressure moving toward us, which is helping change our weather. At an area of high pressure, air is moving down. The air moving down is putting more pressure on the surface of the Earth. Think about it like this: when you put your hands on a table and push down, pressure on the table is higher. The air moving down means we won’t see any storms here or much of an increase in cloud cover. Both of those things require rising air. For the next few days, you can count on a mixture of clouds…
Days like we saw on Saturday are not typical for early October. In fact, we tied a record!
Technically speaking, the definition of “Indian summer” is a stretch of at least seven days where temperatures are above 70º. This must happen after … More »
A chilly day perfect for chili!
The Notre Dame football game at Clemson Saturday will kick-off as scheduled at 8 PM Eastern. Now that Hurricane Joaquin has moved through the … More »
This message is being sent out to folks who live on the east coast today but it is also something you should consider. We’ve … More »
You will probably want to pack a blanket this week if you’re going to a high school football game. Temperatures will start in the … More »
More clouds and even some tropical moisture to move in over the weekend.
The Hurricane Hunters just flew into Hurricane Joaquin and discovered it was stronger than forecast models were indicating. Here is the current forecast for … More »
Green house gasses are now being released by melting perma frost.
It’s “Harvest Time” in the Summit City, and tomorrow is really going to start feeling like it. Temperatures will be in the upper 60s … More »
So what happens when the government shuts down? Yes, you still get the same great forecasting from the meteorologists at News Channel 15. … More »