Start the clocks. There was a thunderstorm late last night into early this morning, which according to many is a harbinger for snow within a week. Meteorologists scoff at the idea, saying there is no link between winter thunderstorms and the proximity of snow in North Carolina. Anecdotally, I have noticed it nearly always happens. My theory is that the collision of warm and cold fronts (aka, thunderstorms) indicates turbulence in the weather accompanied by moisture and, of course, cold air. We all know about the “Snowmageddon” the other week, followed by a couple of days late in the week that were so warm andRead More →