Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 8:54PM
That Ahh Feeling
After days of humid weather with the daily treat of showers and thundershowers, we now enter a mostly dry stretch. The only glitch in a dry story-line is more clouds with a "cannot rule out" shower mention Tuesday. Temperatures will be below seasonal averages through Wednesday. Warmth and humidity increase in the second half of the week along with a ramp up of PM thundershower coverage.
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Hi: 69 Lo: 49
Partly cloudy; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 70 Lo: 49
Mostly sunny; Pleasant; Increasing clouds Mon. night; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 68 Lo: 48
Mostly to partly cloudy; Cooler than average; Cannot rule out a passing daytime shower; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 72 Lo: 53
Mostly clear; Pleasant
Hi: 75 Lo: 58
A few afternoon clouds; A bit warmer
Friday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Widely scattered PM showers & t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low near 60 degrees
Saturday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Scattered PM showers and t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 60s
The front that moved through Saturday is slowly moving southeast off the Atlantic Coast and into the Gulf of Mexico. In it's place, high pressure from the northwest takes control with less humid air. A secondary front moves through Monday with a reinforcing show of drier/cooler air. Enjoy two near-perfect days!
A band of moisture sneaks southeast in the northwesterly flow Monday night and Tuesday. It will add clouds, and we cannot rule out a passing shower Tuesday.
Wednesday is another near-perfect weather day with high pressure in control of the Southeast.
In the second half of the week, in typical summer fashion, the Bermuda high is resurrected extending into the Southeast U. S. Front will be blocked well to our west and north; however, warmth and humidity increase. The result will be a gradual ramp up of afternoon/evening thundershower coverage. A renegade afternoon thundershower is not impossible Thursday (but coverage is too small to mention in the forecast box), "widely scattered" Friday, and "scattered" (more) Saturday. The typical summer dodge-ball with afternoon convection will continue right through the 4th of July Holiday.
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