Multiple Emmy Award winner for Weather Broadcasts. Also, have been voted as Charlotte's Best by various publications around Charlotte. American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval. But the biggest honor for me happens every day when someone turns on WBTV and gives me a chance to inform them about upcoming weather. Thank you for that opportunity. I'll do my best never to let you down!!
Our biggest concern is a weak cold front approaching from the northwest on Thursday and I expect it to stir up some strong thunderstorms which will march across our viewing area during the afternoon hours.
After a hectic day of severe thunderstorms and tornado warnings across the region, the weekend should see far less turbulent weather and best of all temperatures returning to seasonal levels with highs staying below 90 degrees for the foreseeable future.
The first sign of our impending heat wave arrived on Thursday with the sudden increase in humidity. In fact, dewpoints hit 70 for the first time this year which is considered to be entering a Tropical Airmass category. Now comes the high heat!