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Ed Piotrowski Sep 18
Great Blue Heron video bomb this morning (10 seconds in). And he stops right in front of the sun! Great video Cathy Kelly.
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NWS Raleigh 22h
Tonight the ISS will be passing over the triangle area! Temperatures will be in the low 70s, so grab a light jacket and head outside as skies will be mostly clear.
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Brad Panovich Sep 20
We hit a low of 52° this morning in which was the coolest in over 3 months when we hit 49° on June 14th.
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 17
Can you tell it's the peak of hurricane season? That's a lot of activity in the Pacific and Atlantic! 1 hurricane, 4 tropical storms, 1 tropical depression...but no partridge in a pear tree.
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 16
As pulls away, it'll drag much drier (and cooler!) air into the Carolinas by midweek.
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Brad Panovich Sep 15
What we are seeing on the radar today is actually not rain but flocks of migrating birds heading South.
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Ed Piotrowski 21h
A this moment 30 years ago, a hurricane watch was issued from Cape Hatteras, NC to St. Augustine, FL., 30 hours before the landfall of Hurricane .
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 17
Things have escalated quickly in the tropics. We have a hurricane, a tropical storm, a tropical depression, and a wave over Africa.
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OneLaneRoadPhotography Sep 16
we've gone from record breaking rainfall to, now, a drought. not gonna lie.. i'm getting really worried. we need rain. leaves falling from the heat at an incredible rate. Code Orange Air Quality in East Tennessee today. this is all too creepily familiar
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 20
On this date in 1989, Hugo had regained cat. 3 strength and was barreling toward the Carolinas. Hurricane watches would go up this night from St. Augustine, FL to Cape Hatteras, NC. Watch/Warning sizes have decreased considerably since then thanks to better forecasts
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 20
The models indicate the tropical wave coming off of Africa will develop quickly into a tropical storm then a hurricane. Early indications point to this turning out to sea, but too early to be confident in that since the system still hasn't developed.
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Rick Dickson Sep 19
The high temperature today in Raleigh is 10 degrees cooler than Minneapolis. 🍂
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 19
More than 95% of the guidance we have suggests will curve out to sea & miss the Bahamas/east coast. 5% show it missing the trough and ending up in the Gulf of Mexico. 5% ain’t much but it’s not zero. Very likely out to sea but it won’t hurt to keep an eye on it
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TanyaRivera Sep 20
Oh, I’ve missed you on my sunrise walks. Welcome back, at least temporarily!
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Weather Moose Sep 19
Walking outside this morning like
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Brad Panovich Sep 19
Here's a look at the next 10-days as the heat starts to crank back up.
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Evan Fisher Sep 19
Follow-up on the earlier tweet, I snagged a few pics off the webcam for a quick time lapse. It doesn't get much prettier than that
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Ed Piotrowski 22h
Hurricane is still a hurricane with winds of 80 mph. It's still expected to stay far from the east coast of the United States.
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Brad Panovich Sep 16
Here's a look at the morning lows for Friday morning, it's going to be amazing!!
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Ed Piotrowski 38m
2:44pm At this moment 30 years ago, was about 9 hours from landfall. When this satellite picture was taken, Hugo had once again become a monster category 4 hurricane with 135 mph winds. Soon, many in S.C. would endure the scariest night of their lives.
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