Rockhill South Carolina Weather
There were numerous severe thunderstorms in the early evening hours of Saturday, triggering tornado warnings in the state of South Carolina. The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for parts of eastern and southern North Carolina, including Matthews, Mint Hill and South Charlotte. The tornado warning was extended to the city of Charlotte and a portion of the southern Charlotte county, as well as parts of the eastern western and central Meckslenberg counties.
The storms were south of where the tornado warning was issued for the city of Charlotte and parts of the eastern western and central counties. A second tornado warning, this time triggered by severe thunderstorms in eastern and southern North Carolina, moved from I-85 into Mecklenburg County.
The second tornado warning for Mecklenburg-Vorpommern was issued for the city of Charlotte and parts of the eastern, western and central counties.
The second tornado warning for Mecklenburg-Vorpommern was issued for the city of Charlotte and parts of eastern, western and central counties.
Please note that the start time forecast page does not specify a date, but is based on the Universal Time Code (UTC). This forecast may be made at some point in time, but we estimate that it uses the time before or at any time you want, so please note it.
We calculate an independent value for perceived temperature and humidity and wind cooling to better represent how hot or cold a day feels to a person. Considering the humidity, this year's temperature feels good, but not as warm as last year or the year before.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Rock Hill, the hottest months are July, August and then June. If you want dry weather, then it is October, May, Then June, but 59.6 degrees (15.3 degrees) feel comfortable in the face of humidity and wind. Daily highs range from 88.1 degrees F to 89.2 degrees D, with a maximum of 91.4 degrees B
Rock Hill has slightly muggy months, with a maximum of 91.1 degrees F in July and 89.2 degrees D in August. Based on the tourism score, the best time to visit Rock Hill for general outdoor activities is from mid-June to mid-September, based on this score. The best time to visit the Rock Hills in warm weather is mid-June and mid-September, based on our results. Based on our tourism statistics, there is a good chance that you will visit Rock Hill in the summer months of August, September and October, but not in the winter months.
It has been raining since the end of December, but in the last weeks of November and December it has only rained a few days.
The windiest day of the year was March 8, but winds were in the mid-to-mid 20s with gusts of up to 30 miles per hour.
The wind that blows at a particular location corresponds to the slight seasonal fluctuations that we experience throughout the year. Intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than hourly averages, and wind speed and direction change day by day, but we experience slight seasonal fluctuations over the course of a year, particularly in the spring and summer months.
Accuracy is measured in North America on average over the last 30 days, and the usually clear accuracy is 76% when predicting for less than 12 hours in the future, the mostly cloudy accuracy is 89%, but it is considered less accurate to see a forecast during daytime hours. If the forecasts are more than 36 hours after the forecast, we have a 95% probability of being right.
Formally, the prediction color of white means that the CMC can calculate the transparency of a forecast when the humidity forecast is 95%. If the cloud cover is above 30%, rain is likely, even if the cloud forecasts are opaque. The cloud forecast, which predicts a sudden transition from cloudy to clear when no wind is blowing, means that ground fog will form and fog will reduce visibility at the airport by 400 metres in time for the crash. Cloud cover in the 30s, a good time to cover the telescope, but not too much, as the fog will reduce visibility of the airport by another quarter - mile or 400 meters - according to the weather forecast, until we crash.
The temperature and wind speed charts use these estimates to connect the data in a straight line, rather than joining them in straight lines.
Unfortunately, the moisture forecast does not have the small hill and valley observatory walls we know. The sky is cloudy, but it is much brighter than in the last few days and much drier than the average for this time of year.