Temperatures will be returning to average through the middle of this week across the southeast United States before another powerful cold front ushers in another period of below average temperatures.
A powerful cold front will deliver an Arctic punch of air Friday Night, and behind it, a strong upper level low will bring the first snow of the season to the mountains of North Carolina.
A double barrel cold front is expected to bring the coldest air of the season to the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic this weekend.
With meteorological winter beginning in just 34 days, it is time my 2014-2015 winter weather forecast for the Southeast United States.
Meteorologist Jordan Young, WxJordan, has released his 2014-2015 winter weather forecast for the Southeast and mid-Atlantic United States.
WxJordan's 2014-2015 Winter Weather Forecast will be released Monday October 27th at 8:00 p.m. Check back on this page to see the forecast.
A powerful cold front is pushing through the southeast this morning, and it is bringing damaging winds, heavy rain, and isolated tornadoes eastward into North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
A strong cold front will bring a threat for heavy rain, severe storms, and gusty winds through the middle of the week.
A weak front forced by upper level dynamics will bring the chance of showers and storms to parts of the southeast, and you will notice a warming trend over the next week. Then the models show a rainy period beginning this weekend and continuing into next week.