While at Penn State, Lyndsay began her career at AccuWeather, where she was a television broadcaster. She provided forecasts for AccuWeather clients in both radio and video form during her Junior and Senior years of college. Her next stop post-Penn State was WSET, the ABC affiliate in Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA, where she spent four years as the Weekend Evening Meteorologist. Lyndsay then joined WBTV as the Weekend Morning Meteorologist in December 2014. A member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), Lyndsay was awarded the AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation in June 2012. Cooking and baking, spending time outdoors with the pup, skiing, rec volleyball, reading, traveling back to New England to visit family, and to the beach! Lyndsay was involved with the Junior League in Lynchburg and hopes to join the Charlotte chapter as well.
Temperatures in the higher elevations will likely begin in the upper 20s before rising above freezing later in the day, but still staying in the 30s all day long. The rest of us will struggle to make it much above the mid/upper 40s.
A few days ago, we issued a First Alert for Sunday afternoon/evening. It looks like everything is still right on track for heavy rain to overspread from west to east during the mid-late afternoon and evening hours.
The good news is that a sweeping front will exit the area by midday Sunday, so after a few parting early-morning showers, Sunday will actually turn out very nice, with some sunshine, a gusty breeze and afternoon readings near 70°!
Our weekend started out a little damp initially, but just as forecast, the second half of today has been dry with even some tiny breaks of sun trying to squeeze out at times. However, there's more rain, and lots of it, in the forecast.