North Carolina’s Preliminary 2012-2013 winter forecast!!!!

Matthew Hatley

About Matthew Hatley

Hello, My name is Matthew Hatley, and I'm 18 years old. I am a Weather Forecaster for the Southeast United States. I have worked with the Weather Advance Storm Prediction Center since 2009. I live in the great city of Charlotte, North Carolina. I have always loved the weather ever since I was a kid. My favorite season is Winter, and Winter Forecasting is my main specialty, but I also do Spring, Summer, Fall Forecasts, and Hurricane Season Forecasts. Whenever it comes to the weather, I always do my best at predicting the weather with what little bit of technology I have.

4 comments on “North Carolina’s Preliminary 2012-2013 winter forecast!!!!

  1. I have looked at all your forecasts and I do see where you are coming from! You do show a great amount of information and I want to congratulate you on your weather knowledge. I just feel bad about the fact that you love forecasting winter weather and you live in NC! I hope you have a cold and snowy winter down there this year, I feel bad when the south east completely misses out on winter. I recommend visiting MN in the winter time, talk about cold and snowy. That’s why we love it up here! Great work!
  2. Thanks and its ok. I just love Winter because i like to see the joyful comments that people leave and I do my best on each and every forecast. I do think North Carolina will have a cold and snowy winter this year.
  3. Hey there. I am from NC. I know that you published this in May. Is your opinion still the same about this upcoming winter weather outlook?
  4. I hope you’re right! I’m from MA where we used to get lots of snow but it didn’t snow at all last year and I was very dissappointed. :/

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