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  1. Tuesday was the Triad’s 12th day of the month below 70°. That’s the most “cool days” it has had in May on record, going back to 1903.
  2. Record cold start in #CLT. At 36°, we shattered the previous record of 39° set back in 1969. Nearly 20° below average for May 12th. Cool 60s again today, not as cold tonight! #scwx #ncwx #cltwx
  3. My outdoor plants are in shock. I better bring the tropical ones inside
  4. What the.... Cold 30s around the @wbtv_news area this morning. #CLT dipped to 38°, tying a 129-year-old record! I'm forecasting even colder overnight temperatures this weekend! #scwx #ncwx #cltwx @WBTV_News @NWSGSP
  5. They often say don’t plant until after Mother’s Day. This year, it might be a better to wait til Memorial Day.
  6. Yep. Why oh why does it wait til Deep spring to get Troughy?
  7. Euro is still saying there’s still a chance...
  8. So I’m telling you there’s still a chance!
  9. I concur, although I think an F is still a reasonable grade
  10. At least Wadesboro is somewhat close to Charlotte and it’s suburbs
  11. WSLS Roanoke: When it gets super cold in Alaska, we usually have to "watch out" 10 days afterward. The ridge that has supplied us with warmth will buckle soon, supplying a gateway for a sliver of that cold air to come down. Looks like after the first weekend of January
  12. Jonathan Wall: Does this look like a model with any clue whatsoever of the dominating CONUS pattern at Day 13? It’s hard to describe how terrible the Op GFS is past ~Day 7...
  13. Allan Huffman: right now, I am not too optimistic on wintry weather late next week, Of course could change. I am more interested in the 12/17-19 time frame. The storm late next week could move into SE Canada, creating upper level convergence over Lakes decently cold HP moving in with
  14. Eric Webb @webberweather · 1h High-latitude N Pacific blocking, SE Canada vortex, & an active southern stream are the basic large-scale ingredients that favor wintry wx in the southern US & they might be in place next week. However, timing will ultimately determine if a there's a threat to begin with #ncwx
  15. World Climate Service @WorldClimateSvc I'm sure others have noted that the November pattern from North America to Europe was very similar to the historical precursor for strongly negative NAO winters
  16. WARNING: Depiction may appear SNOWIER and LESS ICY than verification.
  17. The mood on WX Twitter today is very chipper and buzzy for those in the Eastern half of the U.S. Let's hope it holds.