Question?

Who wants me to do another 2012-2013 winter forecast now and then one more in October?

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.

6 comments on “Question?

  1. I am up in the air with this winter still. I am waiting on our October NAO and Siberian snow cover to further anymore data in my book. I have a good idea of what is maybe to come this winter. Matthew go ahead homeboy and shoot!!!!!! Looking forward till your next one. Stay Real!!!!!
  2. That would be nice, but I’m still debating if I should make a winter forecast myself, my ideas aren’t all too different from yours Matthew or the official preliminary winter forecast issued by us here at Weather Advance. However, if I do make one, it probably won’t be until at least October.
  3. Matthew, please keep them coming. I love winter weather and have always enjoyed weather. I had always wanted to be a meteorologist but, was not able to.
    I just want to say that you are doing an excellent job. I share your stories on my FaceBook page after each update. Everyone is always waiting to hear from me….lol. They call me their meteorologist although, I am not…lol.
    If there is anything that I can help you out with; please feel free to hit me up. I live in the piedmont of North Carolina. I live just west of the Charlotte area. This is a very hard area to forecast. It seems as though this particular area is always on the battle zone line for ice/rain or snow/rain. I hope that this upcoming winter season that we will get our share. We are certainly due. If if had not been for a little sleet on February; it would have went down in the history books as the only year that the Charlotte Metro Region had never seen any type of winter weather since the 1800’s.
    I look forward to your updates. When will you have another full detailed forecast ? If you don’t mind; give me your thoughts on the Charlotte area specifically on the upcoming winter season. Leaves are falling as well as the acorns. We are only a week or so away from the 22nd which is the first day of the Autumn Equinox. Wow, where did this year go.
    Thank you again for your hard work. I am sure that everyone that has an interest in winter weather would love to see you continue to update us on the status of our El Nino. Hopefully it will stay a weak to moderate. I do believe that is where we would stand a chance to see more snow for my area; is that correct.
    Regards,
    Bill

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