Tonight: Partly Cloudy. Muggy. Low 71.
Tuesday: Partly Sunny. 20% Chance of Scattered PM T-Storms. High 93.
Wednesday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of Scattered PM T-Storms. High 93.
Thursday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of T-Storms. High 90.
Friday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of T-storms. High 89.
Saturday: Partly Sunny. 40% Chance of T-storms. High 89.
Sunday: Partly Sunny. 30% Chance of T-storms. High 87.
One of the warmest stretches of weather we've seen all summer long will continue for the first week of September.
A Bermuda area of high pressure is in control. This provides a prevailing southerly flow over the southeast the keeps heat and humidity locked in. High temperatures will remain in the 90's Tuesday and beyond, with low chances for storms.
A weak front will attempt to move into North Carolina on Wednesday. With limited strength, it won't be able to change our temperatures much. There will be a slightly better chance for pop-up storms Wednesday and Thursday, and our temperatures will fall back into the upper 80's late-week.
Another front is poised to move in for the weekend. This too looks to increase chances for pop-up storms, even through widespread significant rainfall looks unlikely.
Our normal high is 84, and our normal low is 66.