By Lucas Wood
A strong storm system will dive southward across the southeastern US to the Tennessee Valley, and redevelop off of the South Carolina coastline. A phase of the northern and southern branches of the jet stream is expected, which would pull the system farther north along the US Eastern Seaboard. A capture of the storm will then slow down the forward advance of the storm and allow it to remain near the Mouth of the Chesapeake for a time, before exiting off to the northeast. The pressure gradient created between high pressure to the north and the strong low pressure to our southeast will create windy conditions for this event, especially late Friday night and Saturday.