Listen: South Carolina, Savannah and Georgia discussed on Red Eye Radio
"But the possibility of tornadoes is going to exist. Probably actually as we move on into Sunday in the western part of South Carolina. Yeah. The tornado threat. It's typically on the eastern and northern parts of the storm. So if this this storm moves toward the west. A lot of areas. We'll get into those those quadrants of the storm that are are not there now in in. That's where the tornado threat will continue to exist. And yes that will probably stand right through the weekend. Well, we this. Yeah. I was gonna say these last few nights one of the things I've learned is that the national weather service has meteorologist for different areas. Zep because you've become experts there or your instruments only worked for certain area. Well, our our system is set up on the location of our radars. Primarily every every national weather service office has a primary radar that they work off. So the officers usually co located with that radar or very close to it in our case. We're kinda unique that our radar is actually several removed from the office because our population centers are Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia. So the radars kind of located between the two of those. But the idea is that the radar hazard effective range in in each office is is positioned. So it can it can take the best vantage of the range of the radar. And then everything else kind of revolves around that in the idea is that we're the folks."