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.
Today will be close – but not quite as hot. Highs will range in the mid 80s, even though a cold front will be on the move. You may see a stray shower, but the breeze may be even more noticeable that that, with this front.
The old record is 90 degrees so we won’t be that far away. We should remain dry too. Sunday will feature a cold front. Highs will still be in the mid 80s but there’s a small chance of a few showers popping up.
A cold front will be moving through today. You will be able to tell because there will be more clouds than we had on Friday. There is also a better chance for showers. It won’t be an all-day rain though. There will certainly be times when you can sneak outside. Highs will reach the upper 70s.
Sunday has been declared a First Alert. Part of the reason is because of the chance for showers. The other part is because of how different it will feel, compared to the end of last week. Highs will only top out in the mid 50s.
More unsettled weather will be in place for Tuesday and Wednesday. There is a 30% chance for scattered showers each day but no need for a First Alert at this point. Highs will be close to 70 degrees each day.
Today will bring plenty of sun and highs in the mid 50s. It won’t be as windy as yesterday, but temperatures will be similar. Sunday will take us back to the mid 60s for highs. Rain shouldn’t be a problem either weekend day.
A big high pressure system is in control of our weather this weekend. That is why we will be protected from rain most of the time. Today, we are on the front of the high. That means clouds will decrease but it will remain cool as the wind comes out of the north. We will only get close to 50 degrees
Today will be almost average for this time of year. We will be in the mid 50s with mainly cloudy skies. Showers are a possibility from midday on. They shouldn’t be heavy – just enough to keep the umbrella handy.
By Tuesday, we will have a few showers and Wednesday will bring even more. Thursday will be the wettest day. That is why a First Alert has been issued. Even a few thunderstorms aren’t out of the question. It will be warm all of those days. We will be in the mid to upper 60s each afternoon.
Sunday and Monday may feel a little like spring! We will see the sun both days. Highs on Sunday will be close to 60° and we will be close to 70° on Monday. Rain shouldn’t get in the way either of those days.
Monday will bring more cloud cover but highs will still be in the low to mid 50s. There is a chance for a few showers to pop through. It won’t be an all-day rain, but you might want to have the raincoat handy.