>> Friday, August 20, 2010
After a dreary, rainy, and stormy day across the region yesterday, a much different type of day will unfold today. Sunshine will return to the area, and there will be a significant decrease in the humidity levels as the day unfolds. Highs will top out close to 90 for most.
Lows tonight will settles into the upper 60s, and then lower 90s are on tap tomorrow with a good amount of sun. Some showers and storms will be possible in South Carolina, but I expect most of North Carolina to be dry.
Our next front will get close enough Sunday to bring back in the chance of some showers and storms, and that chance will extend into Monday as well. Highs look to be in the mid to upper 80s both of those days.
After that, the weather looks pretty quiet for much of the rest of the week. Another cold front will pass through later in the week, but at this point, that front has the appearance of passing through in mainly dry fashion.
Still no active systems in the Atlantic Basin. The most likely area for development over the next few days is way out in the eastern Atlantic.