Raleigh update: wintering in WV
A few things have changed with the planned move to Raleigh. I have decided to stay in Charleston for as much of the upcoming winter as possible, mainly because I'm not ready to give up being able to take advantage of the winter weather footage opportunities that are abundant here. We (my coworkers and I) are currently making biweekly business trips to Raleigh to take care of our expansion there, and at least for now there is no need for one of us to live there full time. If business suddenly goes through the roof in Raleigh, that could change. My house remains the other wild card in the whole situation. If it sells before next spring, I will need to decide whether to make the move to North Carolina or get a short-term apartment lease in Charleston to carry me through the winter. My favorite type of lifestyle is having no firm plans, so this works for me.
As for this winter season, nothing of real interest is on the horizon yet for West Virginia. The models are keeping things on the warm side of freezing for us through the 7-day forecast period. Not an unusual pattern for this time of year, however. December is the usual time for the snow to start ramping up. As always, the outlook could change, but I don't see frozen precip anytime soon for anywhere below 3500 feet.
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