Slightly drier airmass seeping in...

>> Tuesday, July 26, 2011

A cold front is stalling out in southern NC today, and slightly drier air is creeping into the region from the north. This drier air will be most noticeable along and to the north of roughly I-85 then up into the foothills and mountains. Today's rain chances will largely be confined to areas near and south and east of I-85. Most highs will be in the lower 90s.

Heat will begin to return to the region tomorrow with lots of mid 90s back in place, although the air will still be somewhat drier. Highs Thursday through Saturday look to largely be in the upper 90s, and some 100+ readings are again possible in the hotter spots, especially Friday.

Better storm chances return over the weekend, especially Sunday.


DoubleJ 12:16 PM  

I was enjoying the "break" in the heat. I guess though the ugly heat was bound to come back by the end of the week. Its been a long summer so far, and we haven't even hit August yet.

Anonymous 3:00 PM  

Good news for those who are getting tired of summer and heat: in a little over 60 days to go until October 1! Autumn is not too far out!

Matthew East 4:30 AM  

Yep....more heat to come for sure. But you know, to me, when you make it to the last week or so of August, you are in the home stretch. Around that time we normally start seeing real cold fronts again.

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