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Climatology of storm data events for the NWS Mount Holly forecast area
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Climatology of storm data events for the NWS Mount Holly forecast area
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    Storm-related and other significant weather events in the National Weather Service Mount Holly forecast area, mainly during the period from 1993 to early 2014, have been examined to determine temporal and spatial patterns of their occurrence. Cool-season events include winter storms, heavy snow and ice storms, as well as less severe events such as "winter weather" and dense fog. Related phenomena that occur entirely or mainly during the cool season, such as high winds, extreme cold and coastal flooding, are also covered. Warm-season events include severe thunderstorms (damaging winds and large hail), tornadoes, flash floods, lightning damage, excessive heat and drought. Numerous graphs are presented to show the frequency of events by year, month, time of day and areas (counties) affected. These results should provide a better understanding of the likelihood and distribution of significant weather events in the region served by the Mount Holly National Weather Service Forecast Office. [doi:10.7289/V5/TM-NWS-ER-106 (https://doi.org/10.7289/V5/TM-NWS-ER-106)]

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