Al started his forecasting career in radio at Accu-Weather in Pennsylvania and remained there for four years as a broadcast meteorologist. He began his television career at Wilmington, NC's WECT in 1989, as a Meteorologist/Environmental Reporter. After a two year stint at WINK-TV in Fort Myers, FL and a year a WTVJ in Miami, Fl, Al returned to the Carolinas and WBTV in April of 1993. Al holds the AMS TV Seal of Approval and received an Emmy for Best Weathercast in 1997.
Low clouds will greet us again this morning in many parts of the WBTV viewing area, but they will lift and give way to a mix of clouds and sun with another pleasantly warm afternoon with highs topping out near 80°.
Clouds and lingering sprinkles are all that’s left now that Sally has pushed off to the east, headed out to sea. The mist and drizzle will dry up and the clouds will gradually break for some sunshine as we move through the day, though it may take some time to do so, especially in neighborhoods east
Continuous downpours will blanket much of the WBTV viewing area through the day. The heavy rainfall comes to Carolinas as the remnants of Sally move northeast across Georgia today and South Carolina tonight.
Today’s weather will be calm, quiet and comfortable with low humidity levels holding on. High temperatures in the upper 70s are forecast as clouds gradually increase. Still, rain chances will remain near zero during the daylight hours.