Continued warm weather expected for Thursday, local temp records in jeopardy...

Good Wednesday evening to everyone, a taste of spring fever continued today as temperatures jumped up into the lower 70's even with a good bit of clouds in place. No big changes are expected in this unseasonably warm pattern across the Southeast. Infact with a cold front approaching and strong high pressure off the East Coast we could be looking at the warmest weather yet for the week...




Southwest winds will keep temps mild through tonight, when you head out in the morning it will more like mid to late April than it will early February. Strong southwest flow between the Atlantic Ridge and a cold front is usually a good recipe for temperatures that really blowtorch...






Here is a look at our forecast high's for tomorrow....a good 20-25 degrees above normal values for this time of the year.







Local climate data indicates that tomorrow could be a record-setting day across both the Foothills and Western Piedmont, here is a look at three climo sites in the coverage area and how the high's tomorrow could easily break current records...





If you are a fan of the early warmth, enjoy it tomorrow as changes are abound just in time for the weekend...




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