Warming trend continues....

>> Friday, April 30, 2010

After 70s for highs yesterday, most of us will wind up in the 80s today with abundant sunshine. Humidity levels will remain on the low side as well.

Big thunderstorms will erupt today along and just ahead of a slowly advancing cold front. The highest severe weather probabilities today will be in the Mississippi Valley and the Ozarks. That front will eventually move through here....likely on Monday.

Over the weekend, it will get much muggier around the Carolinas as a broad southwesterly flow brings in Gulf of Mexico moisture. Due to the increase in moisture, I will maintain the risk of a few isolated showers or storms on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. However, the chance of rain each weekend day in any one locations is quite small. Highs this weekend will warm into the mid to upper 80s.

So, for the big Quail Hollow Championship, I can't rule out an isolated shower or storm drifting near the course over the weekend, but I don't anticipate any long-term delays.

As the previously-mentioned cold front moves in Monday, I do anticipate widespread showers and storms, and a few showers and storms could linger into Tuesday as well.


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