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Up until now, we’ve had to rely on our RSS feed to put together out verifications, but the first post back was for Fayetteville, North Carolina. It had been written before The Incident, so it was actually valid for the days before it even posted, but that’s neither here nor there. The forecast, then was for Monday the 11th and Tuesday the 12th. I’m happy to say the weather in North Carolina was fine, because this post has already required quite a bit of explanation. I’ll just conclude by saying that WeatherNation had the win for the first forecast back from oblivion.
Actuals: Monday, the 11th, High 72, Low 54
Tuesday the 12th, High 64, Low 39

Grade: B-C

Fayetteville, North Carolina to Waterloo, Iowa

Well, now we have all types of Victoria-Weather posts ready to roll on the reconstituted site, but our archives are still toast. Oh well, the weather continues on, as will we, on this two day journey from North Carolina to Iowa. It is 1090 miles between the two towns, and though this trip is approximately 2 even days, we’ll go a little bit further on day two. The first day will conclude after 519 miles on the road. all at a pace of 64.9mph. I think the weather is going to be pretty great, so let’s see if we can’t make even better time.

DAY ONE (Monday)
Like I said, it looks like we don’t have a whole lot to be concerned with on the first day on the road. High pressure is taking over the country. Sweeping the nation, really. There may be some haze and what not as we pass through West Virginia, just because of moisture in the valleys, but it will only serve to make things more picturesque. We’ll make it to Beavercreek, just outside of Dayton, Ohio.

DAY TWO (Tuesday)
There is a weak little perturbation expected to roll out of the central Rockies and cruise through the central Plains. It’s not going to be very strong, but it’s miniature stature means it will be fairly unpredictable. It will only reach southern Iowa by the time we finish our day, but there is enough uncertainty that I might just suggest to prepare for a few wet flakes anywhere from the Quad Cities to Waterloo. Slow down in Cedar Rapids, they have cameras.

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Fayetteville, North Carolina

All right, let’s do some forecasting! It’s getting into the thick of conference tournament season and everyone likes to pay attention to the state of North Carolina this time of year. We’re no different!

At 1053PM, ET, Fayetteville was reporting a balmy 67 degree with partly cloudy skies. A cold front has shifted to lie along the Carolina coast, with a stationary front extending east to west lying from Charleston, South Carolina to Montgomery Alabama. 
Fayetteville is currently lodged within the cool post frontal portion of the low moving into the mid-Atlantic, but will soon be under high pressure, which is developing in the eastern US over the next couple of days. Warm, dry days will start the work week.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 75, Low 54
Tuesday – Sunny but cooler, High 67, Low 45

TWC: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy skies.High 71, Low 54
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy skies. High 63, Low 45

AW: Tomorrow – Intervals of clouds and sunshine High 72, Low 5
Tuesday – Partly sunny High 63, Low 44

NWS: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, High 73, Low 53
Tuesday – Sunny, High 62, Low 42

WB: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, High 70, Low 54
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 60, Low 45

WN: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 73, Low 54
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 62, Low 42

FIO: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 69, Low 52
Tuesday – Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 62, Low 43

And now, here is a video highlighting a quiet couple of days from the local team at WRAL.