It all began at WBOY in Clarksburg, WV. Less than a year later, she went to WFMZ in Allentown, PA where she realized just what a southern girl she was. She had to come back south to get warm and ended up in Greensboro at WFMY. She actually left the business for a year to work for the American Red Cross but found her way back to TV and is thrilled to be at WBTV. Her parents are pretty glad too. They can watch her in Hickory.
Honors: AMS Seal of Approval. She also earned the AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation.
For most of the WBTV viewing area, the cooler air will arrive after the precipitation departs. For the mountains, the precipitation will last into the night. As temps fall back below freezing, snow seems likely overnight.
Here comes another storm system! Showers will be a possibility any time through the day today. The better chance for more widespread rain will be this afternoon into the evening. It will be quite mild though, as we return to the mid 60s.
A low pressure system is approaching from the south and will spread rain into the WBTV viewing area later today. There could be a few showers by late afternoon but most of the rain will hold off until this evening and last into the night.
Other than a few lingering showers, today will be considerably drier than yesterday. Highs will reach the mid 50s. (Yesterday’s high was only 43°.) Sunday is looking dry from beginning to end. Highs will be close to 60° in the afternoon.
Today we will continue to monitor the low pressure system off the east coast. It will poke its way up the eastern seaboard and continue to bring clouds and showers to the eastern part of NC and SC. It will throw clouds even farther inland.