Nearly everyone was right on the forecast for Anderson. Well, everyone was right when it came to the nuts and bolts of a “yes or no” rain forecast.The consensus seemed to be that the rain would come prefrontally in spits and starts, but the front was moving faster than expected. There was more rain because the boundary arrived ahead of schedule. Another issue was the trapped moisture by the Piedmont. IT was an issue up and down the coast. Even though it didn’t kick out any showers on Saturday, and the rain was less than expected (before the front got there) on Sunday, temperatures were off by at least 5 degrees every day. It wasn’t a great forecast, but Victoria-Weather will gladly claim the title of top spot.
Actuals: Saturday – High 36, Low 21
Sunday .23 inches of rain, High 41, Low 33