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Tyler Legg
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Friday, April 23, 2010
I just reviewed the Storm Prediction Center's Convective outlook for the Carolinas. It looks like we're in for a bumpy ride tomorrow evening. Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee look to be slammed by violent severe weather tomorrow. The farther you are to the east, the later the storms arrive. Here in western North Carolina, expect some pretty nasty storms to continuously roll through. Some will likely grow to super cells and there is definitely the possibility for tornadoes. Remember the evening of March 28th? We could be dancing the dance again. I'm not a meteorologist, but I thought it was important to pass this along. Wouldn't hurt to have a NOAA weather radio just in case.

The fishing will be sketchy tomorrow. Storms will start rolling through Georgia tomorrow afternoon and should reach us by tomorrow evening and throughout tomorrow night. Then, Sunday boasts another chance for storms. Not as bad as what it looks like tomorrow, but fishing will have to be planned according to the weather. If you're reading this now and you're thinking about heading to the river, have at it!! The rest of today looks fine. In fact much of tomorrow will be fine, especially if you're fishing in the Piedmont. It's tomorrow evening when the weather dives south. If you're out on Lake Norman, Mountain Island Lake, High Rock Lake, or fishing for smallies over on the Uwharrie River, you should be fine. Just make sure you pack it in when you see dark cloud or hear thunder. Something tells me we'll be dealing with high water after all is said and done. Have those big streamers ready!!

Click the "Recommended Flies" tab above to see a list of recommended patterns working right now. I'll update it next Friday for May.

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