Mid-to-late autumn is more than capable of stirring up some strong gales, and this year is no exception. After a very quiet (and record dry) start to fall the weather pattern has kicked into high gear and we’re expecting another significant storm over the course of this weekend. Some will be affected more than others, but we’ll all be getting a dose of cold and wind as the calendar page turns to November and the evenings get darker with the end of Daylight Saving Time.
An extremely potent bundle of energy is diving down into the southeast, and will be the main player for this weekend. How unusual is this one? For the science geeks, it’ll produce a cold pocket about -5 SDs (standard deviations) as it digs into South Carolina. That’s about a 1 in 50 year event, according to…
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