Heavy Snow Predicted in Charlotte by National Weather Service

Heavy Snow Predicted in Charlotte by National Weather Service

Last night, the residents of Charlotte went to bed due to they believed that there was a snowstorm predicted to fall in the eastern side of the state, but forecast has started to change randomly. The national Weather Service has indicated that 30% area in the Charlotte has a chance of snow showering on Wednesday evening and it is expected between 4-5 p.m. Most experts earlier predicted that the city will get at least half inch of snow in the evening. But, the weather service now indicated that they are expecting little or no increase. It is predicted that there will be cloudy during early evening, but it would clear gradually with an estimated temperature around low 19.

The National Weather Service said that the snow forecast will remain fluctuating more likely in the eastern Union County than in Mecklenburg County. WBTV Meteorologist Al Conklin also indicated that the forecast might change and it is due to the low pressure system in the coast is now shifting very smoothly. This storm is predicted to bring up at least one inch of show to Raleigh and more than 5 inches in the coastal counties. The most affected areas will be between Kinston and Elizabeth City in eastern North Carolina. The NWS also predicted that snow fall will be heavy between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The current storm system has formed a little longer west than former forecast.

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