Drier air working in...

>> Friday, July 24, 2009

Above is today's edition of the Carolina Weather Video.

Drier air is settling into the region today, and you will notice the much lower humidity values today compared to the past couple of days.

We will see a good amount of sunshine today with highs warming into the upper 80s. The best chance of showers and storms today will shift to around I-95 and points eastward. However, I can't rule out a shower or storm near Richmond and Montgomery counties and points east from there.

Tomorrow will be a warm day with a good bit of sun. Most highs should be in the lower 90s, and humidity values will still be fairly low. Again, the best chance of seeing a storm will remain east of here.

Sunday will feature highs in the lower 90s, and a couple of isolated PM storms are possible.

Next work week looks pretty humid with lots of highs in the upper 80s and daily shower and storm chances. However, we should round out the month of July by continuing to avoid any oppressive heat.


Back at it....

>> Thursday, July 23, 2009

Back in the saddle this morning after being away from the office for about a week. I got back home a bit after 8pm yesterday evening from some training up in our Raleigh News 14 station...now back to a regular work routine for a while.

A cold front will interact with a moisture-laden airmass across the region and kick off some scattered showers and storms today into this evening. Highs today will be in the mid to upper 80s for most.

Drier air will work in here behind the cold front tomorrow, and that should mean any shower and storm chances will be confined closer to the coast. Highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90.

Lower 90s with lots of sunshine are on the way Saturday, then things get muggier again with scattered storm chances returning Sunday and lasting much of next week.

There is an area of low pressure off of the mid-Atlantic coast that will bring rainy, squally weather to the southern New England coast today and tonight, but the system will likely not be able to become a formal tropical system.


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