Isolated storms today... more active tonight and tomorrow...

>> Thursday, August 09, 2012

Lots of ground to cover in today's video... give it a look below:

We are between storm systems today, and the result will be only an isolated coverage of showers and storms this afternoon with highs in the vicinity of 90.

However, a disturbance will roll through tonight and likely bring a round of scattered showers and storms, and then an approaching cold front will mean an active weather Friday for the region.

Following that front, some drier air will try to slip into the western Carolinas. Rain chances will shift eastward Saturday, then Sunday looks dry for most folks in the region.


Ernesto continues to scrape near the Mexican coast down in the Bay of Campeche and will dissipate over Mexico this weekend.

There is also a very well-defined tropical wave about midway between Africa and the Lesser Antilles, and this wave will likely become our next classified system pretty soon.


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