This severe thunderstorm, referred to as extremely dangerous by the Charleston National Weather Service, was about as intense as advertised, and was quite a scare for one driver, as this NWS storm report illustrates (emphasis added): CHS: 1 W Hilton Head Island [Beaufort Co, SC] law enforcement reports TSTM WND DMG at 05:34 PM EDT […]
Invest 96 (July 2010) 2PM model run (via Weather Underground). What does THIS look like? If these model runs are any indication (and they should not be taken as gospel), it looks like Bonnie will just be another Alex retread (at least in terms of path; intensity is very hard to tell but it doesn’t […]
Tropical Weather Outlook, July 4, 2010 at 8PM, via the National Hurricane Center. Nothing like checking the BlackBerry and seeing not one, not two, but four areas of potential tropical development in the Atlantic. While the storm in the Caribbean (#2 on the map above) has the best shot at developing soon, the storm near […]
Record lows of 61 don’t normally characterize July 4th in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, but we’ll definitely take it. Have a safe and enjoyable day celebrating another year of our great experiment in self-government.