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  • Life is a great balancing act

    ...- Sonya Stevens, ABC News 4 Meteorologist
    “So be sure when you step, step with care and great tact. And remember that life's a great balancing act. And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed) Kid, you'll move mountains. ”What if we all took the advice of Dr. Seuss? Step with care and great tact and remember that life is a great balancing act. I interpret this as we should be caring, understanding and sensitive. We should also do our best to balance life as best we can.
  • Roller coaster start to 2019

    ...- Sonya Stevens, ABC News 4 Meteorologist
    2019 started out much warmer than 2018. We were only 2 degrees from the record high of 80, which was set in 1952. The first few days of the year were very mild with highs remaining in the 70s. This was quite the opposite of last year when we had two to five inches of snow across the area and highs only in the 30s. Temperatures were above average for the first 9 days of the year before we had our first cooldown. We warmed up mid-month before a major winter blast on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • Remembering mom and learning invaluable life lessons

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    When I started this blog, I wanted to have the option to talk about more than weather. I have occasionally talked about my kids, but now I want to talk about my mom.My mom lost her battle to uterine cancer on April 7.The doctor had given us a timeline, but
  • February 2018 was the warmest in Charleston history

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It’s still officially winter, but lately it has felt more like spring. Flowers are starting to bloom and the pollen is already covering everything in sight.The spring-like weather comes alongside the warmest February ever recorded in Charleston.February
  • When will it feel like fall?

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It’s fall y’all! Of course, it doesn’t feel like it right now. Temperatures have been feeling pretty summer-like the past few days with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s.This looks to be summer’s last gasp though, so try to stay cool knowing that relief
  • Eclipse 2017: The countdown to totality is on!

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    The Great American Eclipse is on Monday, August 21st, in case you have somehow missed all the recent buzz. Although that might only be possible if you have recently been living in a cave...ha! On a serious note though, there are some things you definitely
  • Potential tropical cyclone explained

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    What on earth is a potential tropical cyclone?It’s a new product by the National Hurricane Center this year, so most meteorologists like myself are learning as we go along. The first one was issued on Sunday June 18th. The NHC labelled the strong tropical
  • Thanks for your support!

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    When I started this blog, I wanted to name it “More than Just Meteorology” because I knew I wanted the option to write about other things. I love being a meteorologist, but I also love being a mom. I’m so blessed that I’m able to do both thanks to a very s
  • January ends as 4th-warmest on record

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It was a warm January across the Lowcountry. Two dozen days featured above average highs in Charleston and five of those were record highs. Meanwhile 25 days have featured above average lows. Our average lows have been 37-38 degrees while our average highs
  • GOES-R impact on forecasting could save lives

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    Why all the buzz about the new weather satellite, GOES-R?It was launched into space from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on November 19th. The GOES-R is currently in orbit 22,300 miles above Earth and will become known as GOES-16. It should be operational within
  • What will the remainder of winter look like?

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Well the decorations are up around town, but it hasn’t been feeling much like the holiday season (there have been a couple of exceptions) with plenty of warm weather.Meteorological winter started December 1. I
  • Life is a great balancing act

    ...- Sonya Stevens, ABC News 4 Meteorologist
    “So be sure when you step, step with care and great tact. And remember that life's a great balancing act. And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed) Kid, you'll move mountains. ”What if we all took the advice of Dr. Seuss? Step with care and great tact and remember that life is a great balancing act. I interpret this as we should be caring, understanding and sensitive. We should also do our best to balance life as best we can.
  • Roller coaster start to 2019

    ...- Sonya Stevens, ABC News 4 Meteorologist
    2019 started out much warmer than 2018. We were only 2 degrees from the record high of 80, which was set in 1952. The first few days of the year were very mild with highs remaining in the 70s. This was quite the opposite of last year when we had two to five inches of snow across the area and highs only in the 30s. Temperatures were above average for the first 9 days of the year before we had our first cooldown. We warmed up mid-month before a major winter blast on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • Remembering mom and learning invaluable life lessons

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    When I started this blog, I wanted to have the option to talk about more than weather. I have occasionally talked about my kids, but now I want to talk about my mom.My mom lost her battle to uterine cancer on April 7.The doctor had given us a timeline, but
  • February 2018 was the warmest in Charleston history

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It’s still officially winter, but lately it has felt more like spring. Flowers are starting to bloom and the pollen is already covering everything in sight.The spring-like weather comes alongside the warmest February ever recorded in Charleston.February
  • When will it feel like fall?

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It’s fall y’all! Of course, it doesn’t feel like it right now. Temperatures have been feeling pretty summer-like the past few days with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s.This looks to be summer’s last gasp though, so try to stay cool knowing that relief
  • Eclipse 2017: The countdown to totality is on!

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    The Great American Eclipse is on Monday, August 21st, in case you have somehow missed all the recent buzz. Although that might only be possible if you have recently been living in a cave...ha! On a serious note though, there are some things you definitely
  • Potential tropical cyclone explained

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    What on earth is a potential tropical cyclone?It’s a new product by the National Hurricane Center this year, so most meteorologists like myself are learning as we go along. The first one was issued on Sunday June 18th. The NHC labelled the strong tropical
  • Thanks for your support!

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    When I started this blog, I wanted to name it “More than Just Meteorology” because I knew I wanted the option to write about other things. I love being a meteorologist, but I also love being a mom. I’m so blessed that I’m able to do both thanks to a very s
  • January ends as 4th-warmest on record

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It was a warm January across the Lowcountry. Two dozen days featured above average highs in Charleston and five of those were record highs. Meanwhile 25 days have featured above average lows. Our average lows have been 37-38 degrees while our average highs
  • GOES-R impact on forecasting could save lives

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    Why all the buzz about the new weather satellite, GOES-R?It was launched into space from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on November 19th. The GOES-R is currently in orbit 22,300 miles above Earth and will become known as GOES-16. It should be operational within
  • What will the remainder of winter look like?

    ...- Sonya Stevens
    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Well the decorations are up around town, but it hasn’t been feeling much like the holiday season (there have been a couple of exceptions) with plenty of warm weather.Meteorological winter started December 1. I
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